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EAST PROVIDENCE — Following up on the expanded offerings provided to students last year, East Providence High School principal Shani Wallace presented the school committee at its January 10 meeting … more
PROVIDENCE — Like many other past and present members of the East Providence delegation, Gregg Amore's profile in the General Assembly continues to rise with his inclusion among the body's … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Residents and passers-by around Riverside Square will notice new, more decorative street signs denoting the roads in the area. The signs were selected and paid for by the … more
TIVERTON — The contract for Town Administrator Matt Wojcik, that expires Feb. 24, has not been renewed by the Town Council. In a brief one-paragraph statement, Town Council President Joan Chabot announced the decision Wednesday night at 10:20 p.m. "After review, the employment contract of the Tiverton Town Administrator, Matthew Wojcik, will not be renewed by the Town Council. The current employment contract’s term is three years, ending on February 24, 2017, with an additional four (4) month period after that date, to June 24, 2017. Mr. Wojcik will continue to serve as Town Administrator during that time, and may apply for the position of Town Administrator during the application process," read the statement. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The area received its first significant snow fall of the season last weekend and eastbayri.com/East Providence Post staff photographer Rich Dionne chronicled the event in the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Ward 3 city councilman Joe Botelho didn't mince many words during a discussion at the body's January 3 meeting encompassing both the recent voter-approved change to East … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys' basketball team ended a two-game skid to start its league season as the Townies downed visiting Hope, 58-49, to collect their first Division … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — With far less fanfare than accompanied previous discussions, the East Providence City Council at its Tuesday, Jan. 3, meeting gave second and final passage to an amended … more
Tiverton residents raced into the frosty water at Grinnell's Beach at noon on New Year's Day. The temperature at plunge time was a balmy 50 degrees as swimmers raced into the water raised their hands … more
LITTLE COMPTON —Parking in open grassy fields has become such an issue at Carolyn's Sakonnet Vineyard that some contend it represents a violation of town zoning regulations. It's also creating a challenge to the preservation of agricultural and conservation values at the vineyard. more
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