Providence City Council

New Providence City Council Sworn In

Newly instated term limits have shaken up the Providence City Council. Seven of the fifteen members, sworn in Monday to four-year terms, are new, and all are Democrats. Rachel Miller, who has been representing Ward 13 since 2019, was elected council president, becoming the first member of the LGBTQ community to hold the position. President

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Ward 11 City Council Candidates Debate Monday

The Providence League of Women Voters, the Friends of Knight Memorial Library and Providence Community Library will be presenting a debate between the Providence Ward 11 City Council seat candidates tonight, Monday, October 25th at 6:45pm. It will take place at Knight Memorial Library, 275 Elmwood Avenue in Providence. The public is encouraged to come

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Providence City Council – Ward 14 Debate tonight, Wanskuck Library

The Providence League of Women Voters and Providence Community Library will be presenting a debate between the Democratic candidates for the Ward 14 City Council seat, tonight at the Wanskuck Library. As Council President Peter Mancini is retiring, after serving the Wanskuck community for a number of years (and consistently supporting Wanskuck Library and PCL),

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