Providence is the state capital and largest city in Rhode Island, as well as the third largest city in New England. Formerly an industrial bastion of organized crime, Providence's Renaissance has created new parks and attractions and brought emphasis back to its historic roots.
Popular destinations: Downtown Providence, East Providence and College Hill
College Hill is a district in Providence, Rhode Island. It is bounded by North Main Street to the west, Governor Street and Arlington Avenue to the East, North Main Street to the west, and Olney Street to the north.
North Providence is a town in the Providence County area of Rhode Island. There are seven villages that make up the town of North Providence; Allendale, Centerdale, Fruit Hill, Greystone, Lymansville, Marieville, and Woodville/Geneva.
Fox Point-Wickenden Street is in Providence, Rhode Island. Unlike Bourbon Street in New Orleans, Wickenden Street is not a destination street; but rather, a place to visit if you happen to be in or around the area.