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Lack of demand for small-business grant program creates questions about outreach,...

PROVIDENCE – If every little bit helps for suffering small businesses, you’d think $2,500 would have companies lining up in droves. But in the three...

Providence City Council to consider $124M in ARPA spending

PROVIDENCE - Addressing the housing crisis topped the list of priorities for how the city should spend its remaining funding under the American Rescue...

Less than 5% of money spent from Providence COVID small-business grant...

PROVIDENCE – Five weeks after the city launched a new grant program for small businesses impacted by the pandemic, more than 95% of the...

Providence clerk resigns amid harassment allegations

PROVIDENCE – The Providence City Council’s top clerk has left the job amid allegations of workplace harassment and bullying. City Clerk Shawn Selleck submitted his...

Conflicting viewpoints, lack of documents create new questions in Michael Stephens’...

PROVIDENCE – Two very different pictures of the hiring process for the new Providence Police community relations leader were painted on Tuesday night as...

City Council gives first approval to changing Providence Police community relations...

PROVIDENCE – A monthlong controversy over Mayor Jorge O. Elorza’s pick for a new Providence Police Department leadership role was settled quickly and with...

Providence City Council proposes classification, salary changes to Providence Police community...

PROVIDENCE – The City Council is moving ahead with plans to reclassify a new community relations role within the Police Department as a civilian...

Providence City Council proposes budget amendments that could oust Elorza’s new...

PROVIDENCE – Unhappy with Mayor Jorge O. Elorza’s appointment of a city administrator with no law enforcement experience to a newly created Providence Police...
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS: Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza has had to deal with a recent spate of public safety issues in the city while also considering a run for governor in 2022. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Fighting crime complicated by upcoming election

The wave of highly publicized crimes that has swept through Providence in recent months has prompted no shortage of calls for action, but looming...

Elorza rebuts accusations that he refused state police help

PROVIDENCE – Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on Friday addressed recent violence in the capital city, countering prior accusations that he had refused to...

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