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EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council at its meeting Tuesday night, Aug. 15, gave first approval to a planned referendum to be presented to voters this fall, which would authorize the administration … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council, at a special session held Wednesday night, Aug. 9, approved the vast majority of 29 so-called “substantive” amendments recommended by the Charter Review … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In a press release issued Thursday afternoon, Aug. 3, former state representative Roberto “Bob” DaSilva announced his intention to run for Mayor of East Providence in the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Municipalities around the state, including East Providence, have incurred an increase in charges for trash disposal and the tab is only going to grow again next year.At the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — When the City Council soon takes up suggested technical and substantive amendments to the City Charter, it did so following a nearly four-month review of East Providence’s … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Another fiscal year audit in the books, another solid performance financial performance recorded for East Providence. The City Council, at its Tuesday, June 20, once again … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In what he termed a “mission statement” on the upcoming formulation of the 2017-18 Fiscal Year budget, Ward 3 City Councilman Joe Botelho at the body’s June 6 meeting … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A South County developer is seeking to build condominiums on the long vacated site of the former B&B Tavern located on Massasoit Avenue. According to documents submitted for … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence will soon be one of the beneficiaries of the Main Street Rhode Island Streetscape Improvement program. The city has been pegged to receive $75,000 earmarked to … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Jeanne Boyle is leaving her position as Planning Department director for the city to take over as the new director of commerce in Pawtucket. Her last day is supposed to be June 21. … more
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