Ward 6 Councilor Miguel Sanchez was fired from his position as a staffer in Gov. McKee’s office after his pro-Palestine social media posts gained media attention.
Maya NelsonStaff Writer
On Nov. 2, Providence City Council passed a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire “to end the current violence” in Gaza.
On Thursday night, a respectful debate in light of polarized national politics was held between Democrat Gabe Amo and Republican Gerry Leonard Jr. for the 1st U.S. Congressional District special general election.
Students, faculty and community members gathered in Friedman Hall Wednesday for a panel discussion on gun violence prevention and safety. The event was hosted by the Brown chapter of Students Demand Action and was sponsored by the Swearer Center and Taubman Center.
The Massachusetts Bay Commuter Authority announced that beginning Oct. 2, the last train running outbound from South Station on the Providence/Stoughton line will depart at 11:55 p.m. instead of the current 11:00 p.m.