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Providence City Council grants first passage to FY2023 budget despite tax...

PROVIDENCE – The Providence City Council on Monday narrowly approved a $568 million fiscal 2023 budget despite reservations about higher tax bills for city...

Lower residential tax rate, more ‘Superman’ building funding among budget changes

PROVIDENCE – The average residential tax bill is still going to rise, but potentially not by as much under further tax cuts set forth...
MUTED REACTION: Reaction to sections of new bike lanes on Empire Street in downtown Providence, pictured, has been muted, at least so far, unlike other areas of the city such as along South Water Street.  / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

BATTLE LANES: Mobility advocates fight for space on road, but opposition...

The 8½-mile cycling route from Robert Isenberg’s ­Cranston home to his job at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island on Providence’s East Side...

City touts speed reduction from contested bike lane project

PROVIDENCE – A contested city project to build a bike lane along the Providence waterfront is already achieving its intended safety effects, according to...

Tale of 2 bike lanes: Providence moves ahead with contested South...

PROVIDENCE – Providence has pumped the brakes on a contested two-way bike lane along Mount Pleasant Avenue. But similar concerns have not stopped the city...

City lawmakers, police double down on ATVs; 52 seized in 1...

PROVIDENCE - City lawmakers are doubling down on taking illegal all-terrain vehicles off the streets as police also renew their own pursuit policies, seizing...

City lawmakers, law enforcement leaders clash over how to address crime...

PROVIDENCE - Longstanding tensions over violent crime, illegal all-terrain vehicles and funding for police in the city were laid bare before the City Council...

Providence council president calls for state police backup amid violent crime...

PROVIDENCE – Amid staffing shortages and a rise in violence in the capital city, the head of the City Council is asking for backup...

WaterFire 2021 back on, as city, state announce funding

PROVIDENCE – Plans to bring WaterFire back for a shortened 2021 season are back on the table after the Providence City Council announced funding...

Providence Council Finance Committee considers leaving 72 positions unfilled

PROVIDENCE – Amid continued financial strains posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the City Council Finance Committee is considering leaving currently open positions unfilled in...

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