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Cranston real estate agent Elijah Riley weighs in on newcomers jumping into the housing market

The Green and Complete Streets Ordinance is the second of its kind in New England to mandate road repairs for accessibility

A space made available to Providence’s neighborhood associations free of charge

From the state takeover of the school system to safety and pension system liability, the upcoming election will be more important than ever

Can this latest plan to save Superman fly or is it laced with Kryptonite?

Dakota Crumb, Tiny Treasure Hunter is a thrill for young readers

The Rhode Island Press Association (RIPA) honored Providence Media with 19 awards spanning writing, design, and photography at their annual awards banquet, which took place at the Quonset …

Public concerts, block parties, and performances culminate in a concert series of global sounds

On August 25, nine Rhode Island performance venues and organizations distributed press releases announcing the formation of a partnership to provide for the safety of their audiences, artists, staff, …

FPNA neighbors win on Williams, for now Fox Point Neighbors are celebrating a recent win in a grassroots effort to preserve a historic home and a centuries-old green space in the heart of the …

Soulita founder promotes healing with natural products following life-altering brain aneurysm

Mayor Jorge Elorza’s 100-page Great Streets Plan, an ambitious attempt to reshape the city streets for biking and walking, has provided a rather bumpy ride so far. With input from only 275 City …

An overview of what’s happening around the City right now

Thoughts from our city’s favorite felon as he turns 80

How the influential furniture designer made an impression on the college

An overview of what’s happening around the city right now

It should have been built here….and they would have come

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