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Providence City Council elects Igliozzi as new president

PROVIDENCE – The longest-serving member of the Providence City Council will take the reins as its leader after a special election Tuesday night. Councilman John...

After 9-month delay, Providence City Council greenlights $511M FY21 budget

PROVIDENCE – The City Council on Thursday gave initial approval to a $511 million spending plan for fiscal year 2021 after a nine-month delay...
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Five Questions With: Michael Sabitoni

5Q: Michael Sabitoni | President, Rhode Island Building and Construction Trades Council | Chairman, Providence Rises Together Coalition 1. What is the Providence Rises Together...

Providence poised to adopt amended FY21 budget after 9-month delay

PROVIDENCE – Three-quarters of the way into the fiscal 2021 year, Providence is finally poised to pass a full spending plan. The $511 million budget...

Nomination of Matos as lt. gov. heads to Senate

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island will soon have a new lieutenant governor, as Gov. Daniel J. McKee nominated Providence City Council President Sabina Matos at...

Providence City Council approves police union contract with wage hikes, increased...

PROVIDENCE – The beleaguered Providence pension fund will get a $31 million boost under the new contract between the city and the Fraternal Order...

Providence unveils long-term affordable housing strategy

PROVIDENCE – Financial incentives for developers, city zoning changes and more flexibility in programs that help low-income residents buy or rent homes are among...

College Hill Local Historic District expansion reaches City Council

PROVIDENCE – A proposed expansion of the College Hill Local Historic District, to include about 90 properties, is expected to be heard next week...

Providence weighs ordinance strengthening anti-discrimination in housing

PROVIDENCE – An ordinance that would prevent landlords from discriminating against tenants based on their source of income is under consideration by the City...

Wage requirements in Providence TSA proposal pit developers against unions

PROVIDENCE – A proposal to add wage and labor requirements for developers whose projects receive property tax breaks in the city has fanned flames...

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