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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
Kate Brody, chairwoman of the Barrington School Committee, was awarded the 2018 Howard Kay Award at the Rhode Island Association of School Committees' annual meeting on May 5.  The award is … more
Carlton Street, Cottage Street and Mayfield Drive are three of the 14 local roads that will be repaved this summer.  Town officials recently hired the Pawtucket Hot Mix Asphalt company to … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — While the proposed construction of a new East Providence High School has taken up much of the oxygen recently, the school department’s need to renovate several of the … more
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