Fitzgerald paces EPHS golfers at 2024 state golf tournament

CRANSTON — Billy Fitzgerald led a trio of East Providence High School players who qualified for the 2024 Rhode Island Interscholastic League state championship tournament contested over two …
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Portsmouth man charged with possession of child porn
PORTSMOUTH — A 34-year-old local man who was arrested two years ago after posting white nationalist recruiting flyers in East … Read More
EPHS playoff update: Baseball wins again, boys' tennis falls in semis
The 2024 playoff season for a couple of East Providence High School entries started well enough with the baseball and boys' tennis … Read More
East Providence escapes Chariho's upset bid in D-II baseball playoff opener
Gavin Palombo's extra-inning base hit helped the East Providence High School baseball team avoid a massive upset by Chariho in the … Read More
Sports
Townies cruise past Crusaders in Division II boys' tennis quarters
The third-seeded East Providence High School boys' tennis team breezed by visiting and sixth-seeded Prout in the quarterfinal round of … Read More
Bengals get the better of East Providence again in D-III girls' lacrosse playoffs
For the second time in as many years in the postseason, cross-city rival St. Mary Academy-Bay View handed East Providence High School … Read More
Townies begin defense of Division II baseball crown against Chariho
The East Providence High School baseball team begins its pursuit of a second consecutive Division II championship in city Friday … Read More
Opinion
Is it time to rethink the traditional lawn?

Spring is in the air, and so too are the noxious fumes and aural assault of overpowered lawn equipment. Bird song and children’s voices fill the air only to be abruptly halted by the roar of …

We’re approaching peak time for state budget debates

Good vibes and good times for the leaders of the House

Brown looks good after peaceful resolution with student protestors

It’s more clear than ever – the kids are in crisis

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