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Providence council approves changes needed to hire for contested police community...

PROVIDENCE – City lawmakers appear to have settled their beef over a new community relations role in the Providence Police Department, with the City...
THE PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCIL is moving ahead with budget changes to finalize and fill a Providence Police Department community relations role, after Mayor Jorge O. Elorza's original pick, Michael Stephens, above, drew criticism for his lack of law enforcement experience. / COURTESY CITY OF PROVIDENCE

Providence council moves to fill contested police community relations job

PROVIDENCE – The stalemate between Mayor Jorge O. Elorza’s office and the City Council over a controversial police appointment appears to have ended. Elorza’s original...

Providence police chief pledges ‘surgical’ approach to cracking down on ATVs

PROVIDENCE – Providence Police Chief Hugh T. Clements pledged to take a “surgical” approach to cracking down on illegal all-terrain vehicles in a press...

Elorza drops vaccine requirement for city workers, offers testing alternative

PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza is dropping his previous ultimatum that city workers must get vaccinated against COVID-19 or else lose their jobs. Elorza...

63 Providence workers still unvaccinated, facing suspension without pay

PROVIDENCE - Sixty-three Providence city workers still haven’t gotten the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine, even with the extra three-and-a-half weeks given since the original Jan....

Elorza gives new February deadline for unvaccinated city workers to get...

PROVIDENCE - After previously defending his Jan. 14 deadline for city workers to get vaccinated or else risk losing their jobs, Mayor Jorge O....

City Council moves to prevent mass firing of unvaccinated police officers

PROVIDENCE - While nearly 80 city police officers at risk of losing their jobs for not getting vaccinated are still working for now, the...

ACLU settles free speech lawsuit with PPD over protest

PROVIDENCE – The American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island on Friday announced it has settled a federal lawsuit it had filed against the...

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...

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