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Providence developer plans apartments at former bed and breakfast

PROVIDENCE – A proposal to turn a former bed and breakfast in Providence into luxury apartments recently received pushback at a City Council Ordinance...

PVDFest set to return June 10-12

PROVIDENCE – PVDFest, the annual citywide arts celebration, will officially return to the city’s downtown in June. Mayor Jorge O. Elorza announced Wednesday the free...

Providence City Council approves proposed firefighters contract

PROVIDENCE – City firefighters would get 4% annual raises in exchange for doubling their contributions toward the city pension fund under a proposed five-year...

Providence City Council approves June special election for pension bond proposal

PROVIDENCE - Providence voters will get to weigh in on whether the city should borrow $515 million to shore up its pension fund in...

Providence lawmakers propose May special election for pension bond proposal

PROVIDENCE - Letting voters weigh in on whether the city should borrow money to shore up its pension system was one of the key...

Providence City Council backs pension obligation bond

PROVIDENCE – A pitch to borrow more than $500 million to funnel into the city’s pension system now rests with state lawmakers, after receiving...

Brown School of Public Health staff urges vaccine mandate for Providence...

PROVIDENCE – In an open letter sent Jan. 14, more than two dozen researchers and epidemiologists at Brown University School of Public Health urged...
PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT John J. Igliozzi has called for an emergency meeting on Friday to consider a proposal that would stop the firings of city workers who have not complied with the city vaccination requirement. / COURTESY CITY OF PROVIDENCE

Providence council seeks to block mass police firings ahead of vaccine...

PROVIDENCE – The looming deadline for Providence workers to get vaccinated has become the latest source of sparring between city lawmakers, who disagree over...

Providence council president calls for independent auditor on ARPA spending

PROVIDENCE – Doling out hundreds of millions of dollars of federal relief funds, revising the rules that govern the city and setting new boundaries...

Elorza outlines spending plan for $124M in city ARPA funds

PROVIDENCE – On the heels of the General Assembly’s approval to spend an initial tranche of federal stimulus dollars, the capital city is following...

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