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PROVIDENCE — In the waning days of the 2018 session, the General Assembly approved a number of pieces of legislations sponsored by members of East Providence’s delegation, including an acts … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City of East Providence will in fact have a new manager after the council at a special session called for Wednesday night, June 27, voted to remove Finance Director Malcolm … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Well, that was quick. It appears as though East Providence will once again have a new city manager after the city clerk posted a docket on Monday afternoon, June 25, for a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The initial group of prospective candidates seeking office in city during the 2018 election cycle cast their lots on the first day of filing Monday, June 25, the most notable … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The at times fraught relationship between Ward 4 representative Brian Faria and his some of colleagues on the East Providence City Council reached a nadir at the conclusion of a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — If everything goes according to plan, and that’s a small “if” not a large one, then the last key aspect of the long-term fix to East Providence’s water … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — While the proposed construction of a new East Providence High School has taken up much of the oxygen recently, the school department’s need to renovate several of the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — At a special session of the City Council Thursday night, June 7, the body issued a pair of subpoenas to one of its own: Ward 4 representative Brian Faria. The agenda for the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Proposed changes to how the city illuminates its streets several years in the making were once again tabled by the current council at its meeting Tuesday night, June 5.The … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In the face of opposition by area residents and their representative on the council, the body at its June 6 meeting deferred taking action on a proposed agreement between the city … more
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