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EAST PROVIDENCE — Following a month’s worth of working meetings, the East Providence Charter Review Commission recently completed a draft of technical amendments to the city’s governing … more
A crowd of residents attended the recent Barrington 300 preview party, which was held at the McCulloch Center for the Arts on the campus of St. Andrew's School. The event offered residents an … more
The proposed municipal budget is calling for reductions in the amount of money the town spends for temporary and part-time help in the recreation department and at the senior center. The proposal … more
PROVIDENCE — Two East Providence politicians were involved in a leadership shake-up with the departure of Theresa Paiva-Weed as State Senate president. Dominick J. Ruggerio (D-Dist. 4, … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday voted to select ABM Group of Warwick to be the town’s owner’s representative during construction of the new police station, at a cost of … more
PORTSMOUTH — The ghost of Heidi Drive reared its ugly head again during an often-contentious discussion Monday night about the town’s financial record-keeping. more
The town manager is proposing the addition of four new firefighter positions in his proposed municipal budget. The new positions will cost taxpayers about $270,000, but the manager is quick to add … more
A Warren man who sued the town after he damaged his motorized scooter by steering it into a hidden pothole last May said he’ll probably accept a $2,000 settlement offer authorized by the Warren … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A move to stall the implementation of a monthly water billing cycle by Ward 4 representative Brian Faria at the Tuesday, March 21, city council meeting never materialized, the … more
The average Bristol homeowner would pay about $60 more a year in property tax if the Town Council approves Town Administrator Steven Contente’s budget. The Town Council continued its … more
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