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The rebound season came to a close Tuesday, May 21, for the East Providence High School boys’ tennis team in the quarterfinals of the 2019 Division III championship tournament after the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — As a coastal community in Rhode Island, East Providence should support and help initiate moves to address the potential impacts of climate change. It can be presumed from a recent vote … more
NEWPORT — It’s been a good year for the Aquidneck Island Robotics FIRST Robotics Competition Team 78, AIR STRIKE. Comprised of 25 high school students from 13 schools across Rhode … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council at its Tuesday, May 21, meeting gave final passage to a series of amendments to what was considered a dated ordinance originally conceived to determine the … more
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The Martin Middle School boys’ outdoor track and field team captured the 2019 state championship, an event held in Narragansett on Sunday, May 19. The Wildcats won the title by a narrow two … more
Bristol County Water Authority officials are going on a theory that an earthquake may have caused the break in the authority's Cross Bay Pipeline, which has been leaking approximately 288,000 gallons … more
As the Cross Bay Pipeline continues to leak as much as 300,000 gallons of water a day from deep under the Providence River, Bristol County Water Authority officials said Monday night that with or … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School golf team will make its long awaited return to the Rhode Island Interscholastic League State Championship Tournament after the host Townies … more
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