The Red Ink Community Library was hosting a reading of “The Communist Manifesto” until it was interrupted by a group whose members shouted slurs and banged on the windows.
Nicholas Alahverdian, a suspect in a 2008 rape in Utah, was traced to a hospital in Glasgow, where he had been placed on a ventilator with Covid-19, the authorities said.
Robert Alcantara was arrested in the Bronx as he traveled to his home from Pennsylvania, where he bought parts to make guns that cannot be traced.
A 1737 house in Providence, a 2013 home with a swimming pool in Oklahoma City and a one-bedroom condominium in San Francisco.
A dense population of vulnerable citizens set the stage for a frightening epidemic.
Unlike in many Northeastern cities, a majority of families in Rhode Island’s capital have sent their children back to school.
To assess how public schools have navigated the pandemic and the impact on students, The Times examined seven representative districts. The answers were strikingly different.
“There are safety standards and safety features that were supposed to be in place for every event,” a lawyer for the acrobats said.
The police said a Facebook video found by a mother of her 16-year-old being sexually assaulted while unconscious at a house party in Providence, R.I., had led to charges against eight men.
Gov. Gina Raimondo issued an executive order that will remove “Providence Plantations” from state documents and websites. Lawmakers want voters to decide whether to change the state’s official name in November.
Restaurants have become the economic lifeblood for many cities. The coronavirus threatens to take away more than just delicious food.