Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission meets February 15th at 4:45pm.
The Downtown Design Review Committee meets on Monday, February 13th at 444 Westminster Street.
Mayor Jorge Elorza delivered his 2017 State of the City Address on February 1st.
A developer is planning to construct a six-story building on what is now a downtown parking lot with residences upstairs, a restaurant facing Fountain Street and a 5,000- to 10,000-square-foot grocery store fronting Washington Street.
State transportation officials this week started accepting proposals from construction firms to design and build a new commuter rail station to serve Pawtucket and Central Falls.
The R.I. Department of Transportation on Wednesday announced it has initiated the process of collecting qualifications from firms who want to bid on the massive redesign and construction of the 6-10 Connector.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza will be hosting a Citywide Conversation focusing on a long-term vision for Kennedy Plaza. The Mayor will provide remarks on his vision for the space and community members will be able to participate in working groups to provide thoughts, ideas, and feedback.
On Tuesday, February 7th at 6PM, the City and RIDOT will hold a public information session for the 6-10 Interchange
The Providence Preservation Society announced thier annual list of the city’s Most Endangered Properties this week.
Owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox are analyzing the Apex property on the city’s riverfront as one of several possible sites other than McCoy Stadium for a future new baseball venue.
Mayor Elorza today announced a comprehensive Capital Improvement Plan to be submitted and vetted as part of the budget process in Providence.
The Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission meets Wednesday, January 18, 2017.
The City Plan Commission meets January 17th to review plans for Meeting Street School, Moses Brown School, Lenox Avenue, and Atwells at Knight.
195 Commission to review plans by the Fane Organization to build a tower on Parcel 42 at their January 18th meeting.
The DRC reviews plans for a new building at 169 Canal Street at their January 9th meeting.
Authorities said Neetu Kainth, 38, of Plainville, voluntarily came back to Attleboro, where she was interviewed by police. She was not arrested, but was issued a citation for leaving the scene of an accident, death resulting.
About a half hour after the crash, the driver, 34-year-old Jessica Skaggs of New Bedford, surrendered to authorities.
Riceles Peralta, 81, died at Rhode Island Hospital Thursday night, according to police.