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The city of Providence is geographically very compact, characteristic of eastern seaboard cities which developed prior to use of the automobile. It is among the most densely populated cities in the country. The street layout is somewhat chaotic—over one thousand streets (a great number for the city's size) run haphazardly, connecting and radiating from traditionally bustling places like Market Square.

Population: 171557
Local Newspapers: The Providence Journal The Sun Chronicle The Herald News
Local Sports Teams: Providence Bruins (AHL) Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Brown University Johnson & Wales University

Zip Codes associated with providence, rhode island: 02903 02904 02905 02906 02907 02908 02909 02910 02911 02919
Towns/Cities near providence, rhode island : East Providence Cranston Wanskuck College Hill Blackstone

Providence News
Take me out to the long as you're paying for it

After an involved and careful negotiating process between the City of Pawtucket and the Pawtucket Red Sox Triple-A Baseball Team, a new stadium proposal has been presented.

Rhode Island cities growing slowly

The U.S. Census Bureau reported Thursday that Providence's population grew by an estimated 217 people in a year's time, to a total population of 179,219. The next-largest increases were in Central Falls, which grew by 81 people; Cranston, which grew by 20; and East Providence, which grew by 15. Newport, Pawtucket and Warwick lost residents; Woonsocket was largely unchanged.

Nonviolence is a choice: Group's message of peace seeks footing in tough Chicago neighborhood

Richard Wilkens, case manager for the Institute for Nonviolence, helps two young men find work as a way out of the street life. Richard Wilkens, case manager for the Institute for Nonviolence, helps two young men find work as a way out of the street life.

Some 'Silent Service' vets cringe at Trump's sub disclosure

Providence, R.I. a Some veterans of the Navy's "Silent Service" are cringing at news that President Donald Trump disclosed the whereabouts of two submarines that are part of an undersea force that prides itself on stealth. While Trump did not give up the subs' precise location, his telling the president of the Philippines of the submarines' presence in a private conversation startled many in a community that has long abided by the adage "Loose lips sink ships."

Providence police arrest dozens in drug trafficking ring bust

Providence police announced Thursday morning that they arrested dozens of people in connection to a ten-month drug trafficking investigation known as "Operation Stop the Flow." Providence police announced that 30 people were arrested and six of them are high level opioid dealers in Providence.

Living in America's first mall

For almost half a century shopping malls were a part of American culture, but it wasn't until the last decade when online shopping took over that malls became a dying breed. One mall in Rhode Island is defying the dead mall statistic and re-inventing itself in a very unique way.

Fed officials appear ready for another interest rate hike and are considering how to reduce assets

Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen prepared to give a speech at Brown University in Providence, R.I., on May 5. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen prepared to give a speech at Brown University in Providence, R.I., on May 5. Most Federal Reserve monetary policymakers indicated they were ready for another small interest rate hike -- perhaps as soon as next month -- if economic data strengthened as expected following a weak winter, according to an account released Wednesday of their most recent meeting. Fed officials also considered a plan to start reducing the $4.5 trillion in Treasury and mortgage securities and other assets the central bank has purchased since 2008 in an attempt to stimulate the economy.

Life after Ebola: One on one with Ashoka Mukpo

It's been more than two and a half years since freelance journalist Ashoka Mukpo was flown out of Liberia and rushed into isolation at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. This was in the heat of the outbreak that killed more than 11,000.

Man charged with murder, dismemberment of body found in Lincoln

Providence R.I. - Police have arrested a man for several crimes including allegedly dismembering a body in an attempt to conceal evidence, authorities say. Providence Police, Lincoln Police, and Rhode Island State Police apprehended David Deleon, 20, of Providence, and charged him with the murder of Dakota Gosselin on November 20, 2016.

'Gentlemen's Academy' creating positive male role models in Providence

"The tie symbolizes that we're going to be holding you accountable. That you do owe something to the school and you have to live up to our expectations," said Rich Norris.

Road rage caught on camera in Providence

Sheena Cooke calls herself a cautious driver. But on Sunday morning while she was merging onto 195 in Providence, the man behind her apparently thought she was a little too cautious.

RI expert advises parents on how to address Manchester tragedy with children

PROVIDENCE, R.I. Kayla David, a clinician at the Family Service of Rhode Island spoke to ABC6 about the best way for parents to address the Manchester tragedy with their children. David also said to remind your children that there are police, fire crews, and government officials working to keep them safe.

Man sentenced to life in Mother's Day slaying of woman

A Rhode Island man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally stabbing a woman in front of her daughter on Mother's Day. Prosecutors say Stansfield fatally stabbed 42-year-old Christine Santurri in front of her then-21-year-old daughter after she opened the back door of her East Providence apartment on Mother's Day in 2015.

News | Trucking Assoc. Calls for Creation of Oversight Committee to...

Rhode Island Trucking Association President Chris Maxwell is calling for the immediate formation of an independent oversight committee to review bridge inspection information related to project selection under the RhodeWorks truck-only tolling plan. Maxwell questioned decision-making which led to the selection of the Oxford Street Bridge in Providence as a priority for bridges being replaced and repaired.

News | Cianci Family Angered By Crimetown Profiting From Depiction of Cianci Image

Vincent "Buddy" Cianci's nephew Brad Turchetta, who chairs The Cianci Educational Foundation, is angered at Crimetown's profiting and depiction of the former Mayor's likeness being morphed to Ray Patriarca's likeness on a new T-shirt. Turchetta, who earlier in May presided over the Foundation's awarding of more than $25,000 in scholarships and donation to students and leading non-profits, said the T-shirt was "tacky and cliche."

Providence Principal files restraining order against guidance counselor

PROVIDENCE, R.I. A Providence middle school principal has a restraining order against a guidance counselor because his behavior made her fear for her safety and that of her family and students. In a hand-written complaint filed in superior court Del Sesto Middle School Principal Arzinia Gill says Brian Cabral left two voicemails, swearing and saying he wanted her dead.

Providence likely doesn't qualify as sanctuary city under new definition

In the eyes of Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza, his city is a sanctuary city...but not according to new guidelines released by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The guidelines say a sanctuary city is one that 'willfully refuse to comply with 8 USC 1373', the federal law that mandates a state or city may not block a government official from sharing immigration information with federal officers.

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