Madeleine List, Providence Journal

Madeleine List

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Past articles by Madeleine:

From Providence to Vietnam, former Projo journalist details life in Hanoi during COVID

Madeleine List is a former Providence Journal reporter. She now teaches English in Ho Chi Minh City and is living through COVID in Vietnam → Read More

Providence activists: Summer of protests leaves unfinished work for racial justice

Six months later, as the protests that once rocked the city on a near-weekly basis have tapered off, leaders say now is not the time to lose steam. → Read More

$8-million grant aimed at helping 2 Providence zip codes

The grant will be funded by the philanthropic organization Blue Meridian Partners over the course of two years and will be managed by the Rhode Island Foundation. → Read More

Health, Education Departments partner on new virus testing program

Testing of asymptomatic students and staff began in Central Falls on Tuesday → Read More

R.I. Senate collects donations of winter items

The Rhode Island Senate is collecting donations of winter items for the homeless in honor of Buy Nothing Day,. → Read More

What's the future of Kennedy Plaza? RIPTA's riders and the state don't agree

The state says its plan for a multi-hub bus system will help attract more users to transit, but current riders say they have different priorities → Read More

RI restaurateurs want clientele to follow virus restrictions

Rhode Island's restaurant industry is making a plea to Rhode Islanders to follow coronavirus restrictions → Read More

Cars line up outside McCoy Stadium for COVID tests

The state has opened McCoy Stadium for testing and expanded capacity at Wickford Junction in response to surging cases of the coronavirus around → Read More

City Council calls for commitment to diversify Providence police

Providence City Council members passed a resolution asking the city to commit to increasing diversity in its police department. → Read More

Developer Fane to get extension on Providence tower project, must pay $249K past due

Providence's Route I-195 Commission voted to modify their agreement with New York developer Jason Fane if he pays $249,000 past-due by Friday. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Cicilline loses run for assistant speaker

U.S. Rep. David Cicilline on Wednesday lost his bid for assistant speaker, the number-four position in the House Democratic leadership → Read More

Elorza to announce new COVID restrictions in Providence

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza will announce new Covid-19 guidelines this afternoon as cases continue to surge in the city and around the state. → Read More

Study: Providence ranks among the U.S. cities with the highest concentrations of poverty

A research nonprofit found that 88% of Providence residents who live below the poverty level are concentrated in under-resourced communities. → Read More

'Multiple trauma injuries' at Cranston accident scene

Paramedics are responding to a crash that occurred near the intersection of Scituate Avenue and Council Rock Road, causing "multiple trauma injuries." → Read More

Shelter-in-place order in Coventry; SWAT team activated

A SWAT team has been activated in Coventry and residents of Hill Street asked to shelter in place by Coventry police. → Read More

Friends laud memory of Joe Fowlkes, ex-president of NAACP Providence Branch

Members of the NAACP Providence Branch held a funeral service Saturday for the organization's former president Joseph Fowlkes, who died last month. → Read More

A warning of things to come? Officials give tour of COVID field hospital

A field hospital in Cranston is ready to accept Covid patients if hospitals reach maximum capacity in the coming days → Read More

Anti-police protesters set off sparklers in yard of Providence city councilwoman

A group chanting, "No new cops in PVD" set off sparklers outside a councilwoman's home in an attempt to disrupt a discussion of the city budget. → Read More

Programs for crime victims feel bite from aid cuts

A major reduction in Victims of Crime Act funding this year has left many agencies in the state that serve victims scrambling with fewer resources. → Read More

Gonsalves' lawyer: Video shows impact in moped crash

A lawyer for the family of Jhamal Gonsalves says surveillance video shows the moment of impact in a moped crash that has left Gonsalves in a coma → Read More