U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) spoke out against China's "unfair" trade practices and their impact on employmentRead More
Providence ranks 148th of the 200 large metropolitan areas in the United States for creating and sustaining jobs, according to the Milken Institute's Best-Performing Cities index released this week.
Education Commissioner Deborah Gist has ruled that the mass firings of all Providence teachers was legal, in a letter to aRead More
A top city official has told GoLocalProv that it could take up to two fiscal years to fix the massive structural budgetRead More
A state rep has proposed a law that would bar any new local town or city council members from participating in a municipalRead More
The Senate Judiciary Committee waded into the issue of gay marriage yesterday, holding a hearing on a series of bills onRead More
Students from Providence College will hold an on-campus rally today at 4:30 p.m., in support of gay marriage.
If you were counting on a decision this week about which Providence schools are slated for closure—you’ll now have to waitRead More
In an open letter to supporters today, Congressman and former Mayor David Cicilline speaks out on the current financialRead More
Governor Lincoln Chafee last night proposed sweeping changes that will reach directly into the pockets, and lives, ofRead More