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EAST PROVIDENCE — The city council at its meeting Tuesday night, April 18, and following a presentation made at a special workshop the week prior gave its first approval to proposed volume and … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Residents got their first look at the planned road repair schedule for 2017 when Steve Coutu, Director of Public Works, presented his department’s proposed paving program at the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Five years after state intervention was deemed necessary, East Providence’s finances are on fine footing, its overall debt limited and its ability to borrow, if needed, likely … more
Do not be confused by the empty hallways inside the Peck Building basement — Tap-In is still alive and well. For decades, the all-volunteer organization that serves to help people in need … more
After receiving multiple reports of a scammer preying on senior citizens in Rhode Island, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin has issued a statewide Medicare fraud alert. Medicare patients have … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Calling it a “very productive week” of presentations and discussions on the subject, city council president and mayor Jim Briden addressed at his body’s April 4 meeting the … more
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
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
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
EAST PROVIDENCE — The long awaited and much anticipated analysis of the East Providence High School structure will made be known to the public at a special session of the school committee to be … more
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