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EAST PROVIDENCE — Well, that was quick. It appears as though East Providence will once again have a new city manager after the city clerk posted a docket on Monday afternoon, June 25, for a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The initial group of prospective candidates seeking office in city during the 2018 election cycle cast their lots on the first day of filing Monday, June 25, the most notable … more
Responding to accusations that he failed to file a notice of organization, Laufton Ascencao, candidate for State Representative (District 68), provided a scanned copy of his completed form. “I … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The at times fraught relationship between Ward 4 representative Brian Faria and his some of colleagues on the East Providence City Council reached a nadir at the conclusion of a … more
The Nayatt Road repaving project is scheduled to start in August. According to an official at the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, repaving work will begin on the 1.8-mile road in August … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — If everything goes according to plan, and that’s a small “if” not a large one, then the last key aspect of the long-term fix to East Providence’s water … more
Smile Through Art will visit Atria Bay Spring   In partnership with The American Parkinson Disease Association Rhode Island Chapter, The Art Cart will be bringing their Smile Through Art … more
Barrington officials recently received a plan that calls for a new restaurant with a drive-through lane. The plan was submitted to the town's technical review committee for a "concept review." It … more
Barrington School Committee member Gina Pine announced her resignation during Thursday night's meeting. Ms. Pine, an Independent, told her fellow members of the committee that she enjoyed her time … more
The plan to add two stop signs at the intersection of West Street on Maple Avenue was rejected by the town council during the June 4 meeting.  Officials had initially considered adding one … more
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