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The Burrillville Power Plant is seeking a deal with Johnston for its water supply, which would come from the Scituate Reservoir. Photo by thisisbossi.
The Burrillville Power Plant is seeking a deal with Johnston for its water supply, which would come from the Scituate Reservoir. Photo by thisisbossi.
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Providence City Council might oppose power plant in water supply case

On Monday night, a resolution aligning the City of Providence against the proposed Burrillville power plant moved forward in City Council. The resolution urges the city to stand against the energy company behind the power plant...

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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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A Providence Police Department car, out in the streets. Credit: Mackenzie Abernethy
A Providence Police Department car, out in the streets. Credit: Mackenzie Abernethy
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Providence city council approves police accountability ordinance

Providence has approved the Community-Police Relations Act. City council held a second and final vote on the ordinance on Thursday. The vote was 13-1, with Councilman Michael Correia as the only dissenter...

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Providence City Hall
Photo by Mackenzie Abernethy
Providence City Hall Photo by Mackenzie Abernethy
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Ordinance Committee Seeks Revisions for Community Safety Act

The Providence City Council Ordinance Committee voted against bringing the Community Safety Act to a full city council vote yesterday. The committee said that there are conflicts between the language of the proposed ordinance and state and federal law...

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