Documents: PawSox Stadium Would Have Posed ChallengesThere would have been significant urban design and environmental challenges if a proposed ballpark for the Pawtucket Red Sox was built on downtown Providence land.
PawSox Officials Say New Stadium Deal Officially DeadOfficials with the Pawtucket Red Sox say the baseball club will end its pursuit for a proposed stadium on waterfront land in downtown Providence.
38 Stadium? Curt Schilling's Failed Company Looms Over PawSox ProposalThe failed $75 million state loan guarantee for the company started by Shilling has been raised by opponents of the move.
Providence Considering Downtown Smoking BanRhode Island's capital is considering an ordinance that would prohibit smoking throughout downtown, a ban that an advocacy group says is the most wide-reaching one it's seen.
Man Wanted For Escorting Prostitute, Stealing Money Drives Over Officer's FootMark Briggs and a prostitute were allegedly stealing money from her clients.
New PawSox Owner James Skeffington DiesA team spokeswoman said Skeffington died jogging.
Achoo! Springfield, Providence Among ‘Sneeziest And Wheeziest Cities’A new report names two New England cities as the “sneeziest and wheeziest” places in America.
City Councilor Wants New Bedford To Discuss PawSox PitchNew Bedford city councilor Steve Martins has filed a motion for the city to discuss becoming the home city for the team.
Bruins Send Jeremy Smith To ProvidenceThe Boston Bruins have assigned goaltender Jeremy Smith to the Providence.
Economists: PawSox In Providence Wouldn't Be Economic BoonThe new owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox have said moving the team to Providence — and building a new ballpark there — would stimulate the local economy.
Bruins Assign Zach Trotman To ProvidenceThe Boston Bruins announced Saturday that they have assigned defenseman Zach Trotman to Providence.
Witness: Aaron Hernandez Smoked Pot Hours Before The KillingKelly Rose Belanger testified Thursday that Hernandez was with a group of people at the bar she managed on the night of June 16.