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PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday night tabled action on a proposed contract with Ann and Sam Clemens to operate the Lower Glen Farm complex as on-site tenants. In November 2016 the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Ward 3 councilman Joe Botelho issued a statement Tuesday morning, Feb. 14, calling for the reinstatement of Richard Kirby as city manager, a position he held until he was … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Beginning in the fall, students from Hennessey Elementary School will no longer graduate to Martin Middle School but will attend Riverside Middle School instead. At its meeting … more
Thursday was not for the faint of heart. Most folks hunkered down indoors and watched as the snow swirled, the wind howled and the thunder boomed just outside their homes. But a few individuals … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The city’s landmark water tower in Kent Heights is another step closer to getting the reconditioning it so desperately needs after the council at its Tuesday night, Feb. … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Twenty four hours after the storm hit, East Providence Public Works/Highway Department personnel continued the process of removing the upwards of a foot of snow from the city’s … more
Bristol’s old landfill has been sitting unused for years since it was closed and capped. A new proposal would bring the landfill back to life, and make the town some money in the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — After weeks of speculation, qualms over the recent fire department recruitment process were finally aired publicly during the city council meeting held Tuesday night, Feb. … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence and Barrington officials appear headed towards a resolution on the matter of the ever-present odor coming from the wastewater treatment plant located in the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — As expected, the city council at its Tuesday, Feb. 7, meeting unanimously approved the formation of a charter review commission. At its prior forum, the council engaged in a … more
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