East Providence School Committee asked to examine consolidation/expansion plan

EAST PROVIDENCE — As the student population grows and teaching moves to a more collective effort, East Providence Superintendent Kathryn Crowley asked the School Committee, at its January 15 …
East Providence School Committee considers future term lengths

EAST PROVIDENCE — Saying his intention in raising the matter was meant to find a quick resolution to it, East Providence School Committee Chairman Charlie Tsonos, at the body’s initial meeting of the …

Mayor DaSilva appoints three to new East Providence administrative team

EAST PROVIDENCE — In a pair of releases issued earlier this week, East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva announced three key appointments to his administration, including Anne T. Quinterno as the new …

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Britto intends to drop any ‘drama’ from East Providence council proceedings

EAST PROVIDENCE — As he prepares to take over the City Council gavel under East Providence’s revised governing structure, Bobby Britto said he wants to streamline the process, bring back some …

East Providence Police arrest former Councilman Faria on District Court warrant

EAST PROVIDENCE — A day after a District Court warrant was issued for his arrest, former Ward 4 City Councilor and Riverside resident Brian Faria was taken into custody by East Providence Police Thursday …

School Committee chair seeks improved cooperation under new form

EAST PROVIDENCE — For Charles Tsonos and his four colleagues on the School Committee — Jessica Beauchaine, Anthony Ferreira, Joel Monteiro and Karen Oliveira — last week’s inaugural was a …

DaSilva inaugurated as East Providence’s first mayor

EAST PROVIDENCE — Hundreds filled the Elmasian Auditorium in East Providence High School Tuesday evening, Jan. 8, to witness history as Roberto L. “Bob” DaSilva formally became the city’s …

East Providence mayor-elect announces solicitor picks

EAST PROVIDENCE — Mayor-Elect Bob DaSilva continued to fill out his administration, announcing over the weekend his selection of Michael J. Marcello as the new city solicitor. In the same act, Mr. …

East Providence 2018: Year in Review

EAST PROVIDENCE — The year 2018 was certainly another notable one in East Providence, a 12-month period that saw residents for the first time in the history of the city get to elect their mayor …
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Sports
East Providence High School athletes earn fall sports honors

EAST PROVIDENCE — Recognition for athletes from the 2018 fall sports season continues to be announced, including the respective all-league honors for East Providence High School football …

Gallery: East Providence High School swimming

East Providence Hockey Notes: Townies join Quakers in co-op

Gallery: EPHS boys' basketball

Gallery: EPHS girls' basketball

Things to Do
Common Fence Music’s Fall Moon Festival is Saturday

NEWPORT — One of Common Fence Music’s most impressive lineup of singer-songwriters will be sharing the stage Saturday night, Nov. 3, for the second annual Fall Moon Festival.

Weaver Library Farmers Market celebrates fifth summer season

Gallery: Crescent Park Carousel 'Cruise Nights'

A light, flaky pastry for Easter dessert

Blueberries, lemon and ricotta all in one tasty muffin

Opinion
Letter: Migrant caravan nothing like biblical story

To the editor: I usually find myself in full agreement with Arlene Violet and the opinions she expresses in her column. However, I find her comparison of the biblical journey of Mary and …

Letter: An open letter to Speaker Mattiello

Editorial: School buses need seat belts

Letter: RI vs. Mass. test score comparison invalid and unfair

Letter: In showing respect, sometimes reality intervenes

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