Bella Mente Racing back for more from New England Boatworks

Famed ocean racer Hap Fauth liked the job done by New England Boatworks on his last maxi racers enough that he has returned to the Portsmouth firm with his third Bella Mente order. Mr. Fauth …
Latest News
No rubbish collection changes in East Providence for Presidents Day holiday
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City of East Providence Public Works Department would like to remind all residents that Presidents Day, … Read More
Superintendent updates recent East Providence schools health concerns
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence School Committee received an update on a few health-related issues the administration dealt … Read More
East Providence sets school calendar for 2018-19 term
EAST PROVIDENCE — As has now been the case for the past few years, the upcoming 2018-19 school term in East Providence will begin … Read More
East Providence schools among those RIDOH investigates for allergic-type reactions
EAST PROVIDENCE — Three East Providence elementary schools are among those being investigated by the Rhode Island Department of … Read More
Council approves city’s reimbursable effort to repair state roads in East Providence
EAST PROVIDENCE — The long sought after repair of state roads in city should soon come to fruition after the council at its meeting … Read More
Rep. Marshall: Plan would encourage minors to report alcohol-related emergencies
Rep. Kenneth A. Marshall (D-Dist. 68, Bristol, Warren) has introduced legislation that extends protections under the Good … Read More
Obituaries
Jeffrey S. Smith, 68, Swansea

Jeffrey S. Smith, 68 of Swansea, died January 24, 2018 at home surrounded by his family. Born in New Bedford and served in the United States Coast Guard. Long-time resident of Swansea. A …

Mary S. Brooks, 91, of East Providence

Dennis Donovan, 78, formerly of East Providence

Jane A. Drew, 82, Riverside

Mary Rego, 83, Rumford

Marie Campo, 76, of East Providence, Riverside

Sports
East Providence falls in boys' hoops regular season finale

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys’ basketball team dropped its Division I regular season finale Monday night, Feb. 12, against Cranston East by a 60-47 score. The …

Photos: Wheeler beats East Providence in key D-II girls' hoops showdown

East Providence vies in Division III swim duals with Cranston West

East Providence resident Paiva continues winning MMA ways

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