When the Bus Is Not An Option
Acting Council President Matos joins Principal Brent Kermen, members of the Providence Police Department and volunteers on the Walking Bus route at William D’abate Elementary School.
The walking bus is comprised of volunteers who help provide a safe and timely passage to school for students whom the bus does not service.
Read more about
walking bus routes and how you can start one in your community
An Annual Tradition
Ward 4 Councilman Nicholas J. Narducci, the North End Community Action Committee and the Department of Parks and Recreation hosted the 11th annual Septemberfest at Prete-Metcalf Field on Saturday September 16, 2017.
Celebrating Our Veterans
Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan joined Congressman David Cicilline and other government officials at the WWII memorial to honor Rhode Island’s World War II Veterans.
Putting Down Roots on Kinsey Street
Acting Council President Sabina Matos joined Farm Fresh RI’s Harvest Kitchen, city officials and constituents to announce the creation of a food hub on Kinsley Ave. in Ward 15.
The food hub will be located on a 3.2 acre lot in the Valley neighborhood, the site of a former mill that burned down in 2014.
. Read more about Farm Fresh RI’s food hub here