Providence Mayoral Candidate Jorge Elorza releases a statement about busing provided for the City’s students.
Mayor Taveras delivered his final State of the City Address Tuesday night at Providence City Hall.
WPRI reports on efforts to jumpstart the redevelopment of the Superman Building.
The State has received bids to renovate the historic Cranston Street Armory into state offices.
Capital Center Commission to review lights at the State House parking lot, other items at their February 12th meeting.
Providence snow. Parking ban at midnight, no school or trash/recycling collection on February 5th.
The 195 Redevelopment District Commission will be meeting February 3, 2014 at 5pm.
PBN reports on former Mayor Joseph Paolino’s purchase of three properties in the Financial District including 50 Kennedy Plaza.
PBN reports on State plans to building two new transit hubs in the downtown Providence area.
The Brown Daily Herald reports on Providence’s plans for a bike share system.
ProJo reports on the 195 Commission’s preparations for marketing the developable land in the 195 District.
It has been a while, doing a little holiday time hibernation, but due to popular demand, Urbanist Drinks! is back. As before, Urbanist Drinks is a simple monthly(ish) time to meet and mingle and drink and discuss urban issues throughout the region. Join us next week, Tuesday the February 4th, starting at 5:30pm at The […]
Boston Public Market, MBTA future vision, and more in today’s News & Notes.
The City Plan Commission meets Tuesday, January 28th at 4:45pm to review plans for a development in Olneyville.
State House, riverfront, the Arcade, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
The Providence Preservation Society has released its annual list of the Ten Most Endangered Properties in Providence. The list will be highlighted with a photo exhibit at their annual meeting tonight.
Another week with a holiday and a snowstorm throws the waste collection schedule into disarray. Here’s the updated collection schdule from the City (note: normal collection days are impacted this week and next).
RIDOT needs to think outside the box to fund needed bridge repairs in Olneyville.