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Hundreds of people — old and young, male and female, and most wearing yoga pants — paraded down Robbins Drive and Knapton Street on Sunday afternoon. The march served as a peaceful … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The "light" should soon once again shine brightly from the Pomham Rocks Lighthouse, the historic structure located off shore in Riverside.... more
EAST PROVIDENCE — At its meeting held Tuesday night, Oct. 18, the East Providence City Council by a 4-1 vote gave its formal approval to the $174,334,775 Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget proposed by … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Work on new elementary level report cards for children in grades K-5 is all but completed and the finished project is just about ready for use, assistant superintendent Dr. … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A roughly two-hour workshop on the proposed Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget for East Providence held Wednesday night, Oct. 12, was at times contentious and ultimately ended with no … more
Friday, Oct. 7, was National Manufacturing Day, and to celebrate locally the East Bay Chamber of Commerce held a tour of three local businesses and invited educators, dignitaries and other business … more
To the editor:I have had the pleasure of serving with Katherine Kazarian since we were both sworn into the R.I. House of Representatives in January of 2013. During the past four years I have come to … more
To the editor:East Providence voters will have the ability this Election Day to finally choose the form of government they want in their City. At present, we have a strong City Council/City Manager … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Even with intrinsic knowledge of the situation, East Providence School Superintendent Kathryn Crowley nevertheless said she was still taken aback by a physical plant review of the … more
TIVERTON, LITTLE COMPTON, WESTPORT — Drought has hit the Tiverton, Little Compton and Westport communities, and has sharply limited the availability of water needed to fight fires and, in some cases, for drinking. Last weekend’s rains helped a bit but it will take much more of that to make a real difference. “It's going to take a lot of rain to fill the ponds up," said Little Compton Fire Chief Rick Petrin, who said the 12 pond locations he normally uses to obtain firefighting water have dwindled to two. He said the town hasn't had a big fire in two months more
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