September 22, 2022

Campaign donations may supply a clue as to why Providence seeks to approve sweetheart developer deals

As a country, we all recognize the toxic effects that money has on our politics, yet when...

September 21, 2022

Providence Finance Committee to take up lucrative Buff Chace tax giveaways on Thursday

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza and City Solicitor Jeffrey Dana never sat down for the interview the mayor...

September 21, 2022

Pawtucket City Council discusses Morley Field sale as legal issues are raised

Community push back and legal issues are preventing the City of Pawtucket from paving over the only...

Trans community protests hate group meeting at Cranston Library
September 20, 2022

Trans community protests hate group meeting at Cranston Library

Around 250 members of the transgender community, alongside allies, families and neighbors, gathered to show love and...

September 19, 2022

Board of Elections’ recount upholds Tuesday night’s primary election results

After the recounts, the Board of Elections affirmed Tuesday night’s election results in the nine contested races,...

September 17, 2022

Ratepayers tell the PUC to reject RI Energy’s rate increase

More needs to be done by thePUC and RI Energy to mitigate the proposed utility rate increases...

Progressives hold ground in RI’s Democratic primary
September 15, 2022

Progressives hold ground in RI’s Democratic primary

There were no major advances made as there were four years ago, but progressive candidates made small...

September 12, 2022

RI Energy is increasing utility prices. Here’s what you can do

The PUC is scheduled to hear public comment, beginning at 9am on September 16 in Hearing Room...

September 9, 2022

Candidates for governor tackle conservative economics at Chamber of Commerce Forum

The Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce held a gubernatorial forum on Thursday morning, focused primarily on pro-business...

September 9, 2022

Senators Bell, Mack, challenger Salvatore tackle questions at WBNA forum

Candidates seeking the Rhode Island Senate District 5 and 6 seats attended the West Broadway Neighborhood Association...

September 9, 2022

Sanchez challenges Williams in Democratic House District 9 WBNA forum

“Our community can be so effective when we work as a team together with neighbors, organizations like...

September 6, 2022

Savannah DaCruz challenging Blazejewski and status quo politics in House District 2

“There is a lot more that we can do for Rhode Islanders. I am plugged in and...

September 5, 2022

Rally to save Morley Field shows opposition to paving greenspace gaining momentum

“As a child growing up in an urban area, having access to green spaces was crucial to...

September 3, 2022

Superman Can’t Save Us protest targets State’s use of taxpayer funds for luxury housing

“We are here to protest the proposed plans for the Superman Building,” said organizer and activist Terri...

September 2, 2022

EPI’s Candidate Briefing Book will help you understand and act on poverty, equity and economic opportunity in Rhode Island

“Knowledge is power,” says Economic Progress Institute (EPI) Executive Director Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies. “We want those who hope...