July 20, 2020

City Council commits Providence to becoming ‘an anti-racist institution’

“We can not build a just and equitable society without addressing the impacts of climate change on...

May 21, 2020

District 5’s Senator Bell scores early endorsements for re-election

“I am thrilled to receive these endorsements from leaders with proven track records of fighting for our...

May 13, 2020

An interview with State Senator Sam Bell

“I think federal aid is important, but I think that if we don’t get federal aid, we...

March 10, 2020

PVD City Council pushes back against Great Streets Initiative

“I have been advocating for more community engagement around city projects since last year – when the...

December 6, 2019

At a raucous meeting, Providence City Council approves the Hive Hotel TSA

“I don’t know the intentions of this developer,” said Councilmember Rachel Miller, “But I would say that...

October 31, 2019

Providence City Council overrides Mayor’s Veto of Hope Point Tower zoning variance

Providence City Councilor Mary Kay Harris (Ward 11) became the deciding vote to override Providence Mayor Jorge...

February 27, 2020

20-year, $18 million tax break for luxury downtown apartments under fire ahead of Providence City Council vote

The Providence City Council is planning to decide on the fate of an $18 million, 20-year Tax...

January 19, 2020

Sierra Club questions Providence City Councilmember Jo-Ann Ryan’s commitment to environmental justice

Providence City Councilmember Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) joined former Providence Mayor Joseph Paolino on his WLNE/Channel 6...

March 2, 2020

Dominion lawyer says $150,000 tax stabilization reduction is actually an increase

The Providence City Council Finance Committee met Monday evening to hear testimony of the alteration of a...