Goodnight says the city will get tens of thousands of dollars with the solar farm partnership.
This week we'll talk to local advocates about how the LGBT community is responding to the recent shooting in a gay nightclub in Orlando, FL.
Hamilton says as far as he's aware, urban deer is not a public health issue, but if they become a public health issue, then the dynamics change.
Lienhoop hopes by the end of the year they'll have an idea of regulatory issues they'll face with the Riverwalk project along with some preliminary designs.
Every year on Noon Edition, we speak with graduating high school seniors.
Hamilton says developers Flaherty and Collins and local company Envisage are still interested in the Trades District despite changes in the project.
Mayor Bennett says the city hopes to open Deming Park Pool sometime this year or next after repairs have been made.
Ken Rudin, host of the Political Junkie Podcast and former NPR political editor, spoke with WBOI’s Katy Anderson.
Goodnight says the nuisance ordinance was driven by police officers to reduce repeat calls to certain businesses.
Hamilton says he can't announce anything yet other than the city's downtown tech park should focus on jobs, not market rate housing.