Grant funding helps Pomham Rocks Lighthouse Museum continue to illuminate history

Mid-year reflections on Mayor Brett Smiley’s successes and challenges

July 2023

Ancestral knowledge and hands-on outings dismantle barriers for students in Providence and beyond

FabNewport and PVD Young Makers programming empowers students all year long

Revisiting the street’s storied past in the midst of future developments

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

Amidst censorship and anti-trans legislation, local libraries and orgs are creating space for LGBTQ+ youth

Each year the Rhode Island Press Association (RIPA) hosts an awards competition among member organizations where reporters, editors, photographers, and designers submit their best work to be judged …

Community stewards envision more equitable green infrastructure, one tree at a time

The state’s leading philanthropic agency saw 15 years of growth and success

Thoughts on city development projects on the horizon in the wake of Fane Tower’s demise

Providence’s popular writers club continues to grow programming and connections

May 2023

Shop local vinyl stores with new releases sure to entice listeners of all ages

A call for Mayor Smiley to renegotiate Payments in Lieu of Taxes programs with taxpayers in mind

From overcoming the stigma to ways dispensaries set themselves apart, the marijuana landscape is changing

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

A sit-down with Helen Anthony, Mary Kay Harris, and Rachel Miller: the three women taking the helm of the City Council

Remembering the former police chief’s legacy as Providence prepares for a new one

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