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

The Providence City Council is planning to decide on the fate of an $18 million, 20-year Tax Stabilization Agreement (TSA) for Steeple Street RI...

Candidates for Providence City Council meet make their case to downtown residents

The Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA) held an "interactive discussion with candidates" running for Providence City Council in Ward 1 and 12, which includes downtown,...

Local labor and politicians react to Janus decision with determination

"The history of the AFL-CIO demonstrates that we have fought through far more adversity than on Supreme Court decision," said Rhode Island AFL-CIO President...

Rachel Miller announces for Ward 13 Providence City Council

“I’ve been a community organizer and activist in Providence for fifteen years, organizing for living wage jobs, for economic dollars that put people first,...

Aaron Jaehnig announces for Providence City Council, Ward 5

Aaron Jaehnig has officially declared his candidacy for Providence City Council as a Democrat running in Ward 5. Aaron is running for City Council...

Rally to Commemorate Dr Martin Luther King

Postponed from last month due to poor weather, the Rally to Commemorate Dr Martin Luther King was held at the Roger Williams National Memorial...

Labor organizations rally against wage theft and employee misclassification Station Row project in Providence

The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT) District Council 11 held a rally Saturday afternoon in partnership with Fuerza Laboral and Rhode...

Rhode Island’s annual battle for increasing the minimum wage stacked against workers

I was late getting to room 212 at the Rhode Island State House, where the Senate Committee on Labor, chaired by Senator Paul Fogarty...

Announcing the campaign for a $15 minimum wage and fair wages

Today marked the launch of a coordinated campaign to raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023 and to guarantee fair...

Video from the 2018 Women’s March RI

Here's are the video off all the amazing, and inspiring speakers at the 2018 Women's March in Providence on Saturday at the Rhode Island...