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EAST PROVIDENCE — As temperatures turn colder and winter approaches it may be a bit of a stretch to conjure, but a live music venue could soon be coming to the city's shoreline during the summer … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — For the first time in a while, the full council was privy to an updated overview of the progress made on and future plans for the city’s shoreline by the East Providence Waterfront … more
The Hunt 72 powerboat was a double winner at the recent Newport International Boat Show. Built by Portsmouth-based Hunt Yachts, the 72-footer was named Best New Powerboat Over 35 Feet, and Best … more
Those planning on spending the long weekend outdoors may want to keep an eye on the weather, as Hermine could bring tropical rain and wind to the area Sunday into Monday. Hurricane Hermine struck … 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
A flash flood warning has been issued for most of the East Bay as strong thunderstorms roll into the area Wednesday afternoon. Heavy — at times, torrential — rain is expected to … more
A magnificent collection of sailing yachts gathered at the Herreshoff Marine Museum last week (Thursday through Saturday) for racing and reunions at the 2017 Panerai Herreshoff Classic Yacht … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Before we turn the page completely on 2016, we take one final look back at some of the most noteworthy stories to come from the city over the last 12 months. We call it "16 … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Saying they feared residential developments on the waterfront could become “exclusive” properties, administrators urged the city council at its September 19 to express … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Jeanne Boyle is leaving her position as Planning Department director for the city to take over as the new director of commerce in Pawtucket. Her last day is supposed to be June 21. … more
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