(3.8) Head over to Aurora Tuesday at 6:30pm for a Q&A with Mayor Jorge Elorza. (Facebook event.) A strong and organized neighborhood association is crucial for any urban area to improve and grow. Since our inaugural meeting in October, the Downtown Neighboorhood Association (DNA) has been meeting monthly to identify the top issues that can […]
(7.9) Mayor Elorza’s chess club meets year-round in City Hall. This summer they are bringing it outside for a few sessions, so head down to Burnside Park Thursday and check out the Providence Chess Club. All are invited to match up with neighbors, residents, City Hall employees and, of course, the mayor himself! Chess sets
The Mayor’s office — in conjunction with several local entities interested in focusing the energies of city youth during the summer months — has announced the return of nighttime basketball in the City of Providence. The Midnight Basketball League will consist of 24 teams, meeting in four locations throughout the City. Games will be played
What are they? Where do they come from? What do they want from us? Mayor Elorza has some answers. This year, the City is using new equipment to help improve the speed and quality of pothole repairs. The City has more than tripled the number of asphalt compactors used to compress and smooth the surface
(1.5) Mayor-elect Jorge O. Elorza will be sworn in as Providence’s 38th Mayor on Monday, January 5th. 1:30pm: Seating opens for Inauguration Ceremony, steps of Providence City Hall 2pm: Inauguration Ceremony 3:00pm: Reception with Mayor Elorza, City Hall, second floor 7pm: One Providence Inaugural Celebration, Cranston Street Armory, 310 Cranston Street The weather looks good.
(10.5) If you care about the future of Providence, you must elect Jorge Elorza to be the next mayor. But you must be registered by today, Sunday, October 5th! Residents of Providence can go to: 8am to 1pm, Office of the Secretary of State, 148 West River Street (directions) 1pm to 4pm, Providence Public Safety
(10.4) Register to vote today, Saturday, October 4th, at the Columbus Theatre! (Tomorrow is the deadline for registering to vote in the crucial November election. Don’t let Nana pick the next mayor.) The good people over at the Columbus Theatre and their excellent and motivated pals have organized a voter registration drive today complete with