Independent Providence mayoral candidate Dee Dee Witman has raised and loaned her campaign more than $570,000, but nearly all… Read More
The scooters are back in Providence.
Both Bird scooters and now Lime scooters have been spotted on city streets this week, after the City of Providence implemented regulations more than two months ago to oversee vendors.
The race in House District 15 is arguably the second most important campaign and maybe the most competitive race in Rhode… Read More
Green Development LLC announced that construction will begin next week on the largest onshore wind farm in Rhode Island.… Read More
In the past week, leading women across Providence have criticized Providence City Council President for being… Read More
The National Sailing Hall of Fame is moving from Annapolis, Maryland to Newport Rhode Island according to the Capital… Read More
Latinx students and their parents have always known that the current way they receive education in Rhode Island is… Read More
As a father, I am concerned as anybody else would be, with the release of convicted child rapist Mr. Richard Gardner into our… Read More
Two members of the Providence City Council are saying Council President David Salvatore accosted Ordinance Committee members… Read More
Providence City Council President Pro Temper Sabina Matos said she was “disappointed and deeply offended” upon… Read More
In a federal settlement, Stop & Shop Supermarkets agreed to address accessibility issues at check-out aisles at all of… Read More
A Newport woman is saying she has been targeted online and in video by the group "Resist Marxism" after attending a rally in… Read More
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities honored Stages of Freedom co-founders Ray Rickman and Rob Dimmick with the… Read More