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Providence is paving the way for the number of red light cameras to almost double. Photo by Derek Jensen.
Providence is paving the way for the number of red light cameras to almost double. Photo by Derek Jensen.
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Providence drives forward red-light cameras proposal

The Providence City Council is moving forward on a proposal to increase the number of red-light traffic cameras from 25 to 45. The council voted on the ordinance amendment Monday night, even though local advocates still have questions about the cameras...

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People who solicit donations on roadways are being targeted by another iteration of an ordinance that was previously struck down. Photo by Hanlly Sam.
People who solicit donations on roadways are being targeted by another iteration of an ordinance that was previously struck down. Photo by Hanlly Sam.
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Cranston being sued for panhandling ordinance

The City of Cranston is being sued again for a second panhandling ordinance. The American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island filed the lawsuit today in federal court...

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Teamsters union expects to go back to negotiations by Tuesday or Wednesday. Photo by Roxanne Ready.
Teamsters union expects to go back to negotiations by Tuesday or Wednesday. Photo by Roxanne Ready.
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Union valets back to work at casino, negotiations imminent

Union valet and parking attendants are back to work at the Twin River casino after a two-day strike. They walked off their jobs on Friday afternoon because of stalled contract negotiations...

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Protests greet VP Pence outside governors’ meeting

The second day of the National Governors Association meeting in Providence is underway. Today’s agenda features speeches by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Vice President Mike Pence, who was met in Providence by protests...

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Providence public schools might face cuts if the General Assembly doesn't pass a new budget soon, according to the Providence School District. Photo by Antony-22.
Providence public schools might face cuts if the General Assembly doesn't pass a new budget soon, according to the Providence School District. Photo by Antony-22.
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Budget impasse impacts RI public schools

The unresolved state budget is hitting Rhode Island school districts. The General Assembly hasn’t agreed on a budget for this fiscal year, which started almost two weeks ago on July 1...

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