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EAST PROVIDENCE — A consultant for Chevron, owners of a large swathe of land on the city’s waterfront parallel to Veterans Memorial Parkway, approached the City Council at its October 16 meeting … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Last Saturday morning, Oct 13, a hearty group of volunteers led by local youngster Liam Wojas began the installation of a “reflection garden” and brick walkway at … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School girls' soccer team collected its second win of the season Friday afternoon, Oct. 12, with a 4-0 shutout of visiting St. Raphael in a Division II … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Neither able to speak nor attend the last forum due to the effects of a dental procedure, Ward 3 City Councilor Joe Botelho was in full voice late last week, October 11, at a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Like any restaurant at the lunchtime rush, the culinary quarter at the East Providence Career and Tech Center was full of activity last Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 10, as students … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — “There is a god!” So said Ward 3 City Councilor Joe Botelho enthusiastically as one of his term-long aims, to see the dilapidated former residence near the intersection of … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Building a sense of community and a connection between the ages are at the heart of the recently introduced effort between East Providence High School student athletes and their … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Visiting Portsmouth High School potted a pair of first-half tallies as the Patriots tripped up host East Providence, 2-0, in a Division I boys’ soccer contest played Saturday … more
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