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Oscar Perez named Providence police chief

PROVIDENCE – A 29-year veteran of the Providence Police Department will serve as the city’s top law enforcement leader, and its first Latino police...

Smiley names 3 finalists for Providence police chief

PROVIDENCE – Three Providence Police Department majors, all of whom attended Providence public schools as children, have been named as finalists in the search...

Audit: Providence ends FY22 with $827K surplus, $40M pension investment loss

PROVIDENCE – The city ended fiscal year 2022 with an $827,00 surplus, according to a recently published audit by accounting firm CliftonLarsenAllen LLP. The surplus...
PROVIDENCE MAYOR BREET SMILEY is beginning the process of hiring a new police chief. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Smiley begins search for new Providence police chief

PROVIDENCE – Mayor Brett Smiley announced Friday that the search process has begun to find the 38th chief of the Providence Police Department.  The city’s...

City a leader on diversity, inclusion

The work awaiting Providence’s newly elected mayor and city councilors as the city emerges from a multiyear pandemic is daunting. But they and the city...
COURTESY NORTH KINGSTOWN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Most-read stories on PBN.com, Dec. 2022

1. Wickford Gourmet owners retiring: ‘We can’t do it anymore’ POSTED ONLINE: DEC. 28 Joe and Donna Dubé, owners of Wickford Gourmet Factory Outlet in North...

Smiley announces his administration’s department directors

PROVIDENCE – Mayor-elect Brett Smiley has announced several more key appointments to his new administration, which will begin work when he takes office on...

PBN’s most-read stories of 2022

From developments with the potential to reshape the landscape of Providence and a steady stream of million-dollar home sales across Rhode Island, to ongoing...

Providence economic development leader to step down Jan. 2

PROVIDENCE – The city’s top economic development leader is leaving as the incoming mayor takes office. Keith Stokes, Providence’s business and development director, confirmed in...
THE TOP TWO Providence public safety officials are leaving, with Public Safety Commissioner Steven Paré retiring and Police Chief Hugh Clements, pictured, taking another, not yet specified, job, Mayor-elect Brett Smiley has announced. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Providence losing top 2 public safety leaders amid mayoral transition

PROVIDENCE – The top two public safety officials in the city are leaving as the new mayor takes office.  Public Safety Commissioner Steven M. Paré...
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