Mayor Taveras delivered his final State of the City Address Tuesday night at Providence City Hall.
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.
A proposal for automobile-centric buildings in Olneyville Square sets back the efforts to rehabilitate it into a place that caters to the area’s large population of car-free residents.
The PRA announces the transfer of ownership and redevelopment of the ‘Narrow Building’ on Washington Street. Plans are for 3 apartments and 2 retail units in the iconic structure.
PPS has confirmed with the City that 93 Atwells Ave — the 1871 Alexander F. Adie House — is being demolished. Owner Richard Conti is building a hotel on the site.
The Arcade, the Superman Building, Parking, the Bike Plan and more… the What Cheers and What Jeers of 2013.
What could we do to permanently fix the Francis/Memorial intersection?
Here is a chance to give your opinion on any railroad related issue in Rhode Island. In response to Federal incentives, RI is developing a State Rail Plan for both passenger and freight services. A draft is available on-line at Planning.ri.gov. There will be public hearings on this draft on Thursday, January 23 at 10am and 6:30pm at the Department of Administration Building in Providence.
The Champlin Foundations recently granted $395,000 to the Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy (DPPC) in partnership with The Providence Foundation to create a pedestrian gateway in Burnside Park.
Mayor Taveras introduced the updated Providence Bicycling Master Plan this morning at a press conference at Pleasant Valley Parkway where new bike lanes were recently striped.