Monday, February 8, 2016

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EAST PROVIDENCE — The actions of various city departments likely saved numerous victims of a recent accident from even more serious illness, according to East Providence Fire Chief Oscar Elmasian. Chief Elmasian was effusive in...

EAST PROVIDENCE — The special session of the City Council called for Wednesday night, Feb. 3, where the body was expected to discuss the recent workplace complaint filed by a high level employee and...

Barrington residents learned last week that a new middle school in town is estimated to cost approximately $80 million. Meanwhile, Barrington school and building officials are tempering the estimate, stating that the final price may...

Brian Vaughn had his doubts about solar power in New England. Mr. Vaughn wondered if residential installations could make financial sense, after all, winters in the Northeast can be long and gray. He has a...

EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council has a called a special meeting for Wednesday night, Feb. 3, where the body is expected to discuss the recent workplace complaint filed by a high level employee...

EAST PROVIDENCE — Through an Access to Public Records Act (APRA) request made previously to the City Solicitor's office, a copy of the complaint filed with the state Commission for Human Rights Matter by...

How do cost estimates for a new middle school in Barrington measure up to other projects? Well, while Barrington taxpayers digest the $80 million project estimate floated at the Jan. 25 meeting, they might want...

EAST PROVIDENCE — (Updated, Feb. 1, 6:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m.) A high-level administrator in city government has filed complaints against three other top past and present East Providence officials. According to sources with first-hand...

TIVERTON — Neighbors hear it, but noise measured in decibels from ventilation fans and gun shots, coming from the shooting range at Sakonnet River Outfitters at 777 Main Road in Tiverton, does not violate...

  Developer hopes for public/private funding mix By Tom Killin Dalglish [email protected] TIVERTON — Town Council members grilled representatives of Legacy Development for three-and-a-half hours Monday over the Kansas firm’s plans to build an outlet shopping center on...
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