PROVIDENCE, RI-- Mayor Brett P. Smiley, Providence City Council President Rachel Miller, Rhode Island Department of Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green and Providence Public Schools Superintendent Javier Montañez today announced that the City of Providence and RIDE are partnering to expand the community meals program to make free, nutritious meals available to youth in every neighborhood of Providence.
Mayor Brett P. Smiley will today announce the start of this year’s winter programming at the Bank Newport City Center and will be joined by “The Grinch” as he begins a week’s worth of shows at Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) to kick off the holiday season.
Tonight, the City of Providence will host a public forum where all eligible candidates seeking to be nominated to the Providence School Board will be available to share why they want to become a member for the 2024-2027 term.
Mayor Brett P. Smiley today announced the upcoming return of complimentary two-hour shopping in Providence business corridors during the holiday season. The program runs from Friday, November 24, 2023 through Monday, January 1, 2024. “This holiday season and throughout the year, we can make a tremendous impact on the livelihood of the many businesses owners who make Providence such an incredible place to live, work, and visit,” said Mayor Smiley. “I encourage you to explore our neighborhoods and to shop small and local for your holiday gifts.”
Through our once-a-decade update of the Providence Comprehensive Plan, we are convening the diverse perspectives of our neighbors, local businesses and community members to create policies and practices that reflect our community's vision for the future of Providence.
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