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EAST PROVIDENCE — Barring a change of heart over the next year, the proposed annual salary of the first elected mayor for the City of East Providence following the election of November 2018 is set … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — James Russo, a lawyer, East Providence native and active member of both the athletic and political communities in city, let it be known through social networking and local media … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The school committee took the next mandatory step in the process towards the potential construction of a new high school building with a unanimous vote at a special session held … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence City Council held a rare special session on an even rarer Sunday evening, Dec. 3, with the express reason to conduct a job performance review of City Manager … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence, some of its municipal buildings at least, is on the verge of becoming much “greener” after the city council at its Tuesday, Nov. 21 meeting gave … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — With far less fanfare on the subject than at previous meetings, the City Council during its Tuesday night, Nov. 21, forum unanimously approved setting the initial salary figure … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — At a special session of the City Council held Wednesday night, Nov. 15, the body gave non-binding approval to a proposed compensation figure for the position of elected mayor, … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — All six of the proposed amendments to the City Charter to coincide with the change of governance in East Providence from a manager-council to an elected mayor-council next … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — When voters go to the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 7, for a special election on proposed changes to City Charter coinciding with East Providence’s switch in governance to a strong … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The city and New Agawam LLC reached an agreement late last week over the historic club’s municipal debts, ending a months long process to settle the dispute. New Agawam, … more
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