E.P. Council asks RIDOT to reassess bike path cuts

EAST PROVIDENCE — How effective it might be is up to debate, but the City Council, at its February 22 meeting, backed a resolution requesting the Rhode Island Department of Transportation alter a …
Gallery: EPHS at state indoor track meet

PROVIDENCE — There has been no better long jumper during the winter season over the last two years than East Providence High School’s Anuoluwapo Ogunronbi, and the senior star …

Pedestrian dies from injuries suffered in East Providence car accident

EAST PROVIDENCE — According to East Providence Police, the victim of an automobile accident in Riverside Monday afternoon, Feb. 18, passed away from the injuries he sustained in the crash that took …

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Gallery: Recent events put spotlight on EPCTC students

EAST PROVIDENCE — The week that was recently for culinary students and staff at the East Providence Career and Technical Center was a busy one for sure as some hosted a dinner for Coast Guard …

E.P. council seeks to clarify aspects of city’s boards and commissions

EAST PROVIDENCE — The council will aggressively attempt to clarify the qualifications for and commitment of members to the dozens of boards and commissions in the city, the body determined at …

Council opts against passing changes to East Providence Police application process

EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council delivered its initial significant rebuke to Mayor Bob DaSilva’s historic fledgling administration as East Providence’s first elected chief executive by tabling his effort to amend an ordinance on the application process for police personnel …

East Providence's Ogunronbi repeats as winter long jump champ

PROVIDENCE — There has been no better long jumper during the winter season over the last two years than East Providence High School’s Anuoluwapo Ogunronbi, and the senior star …

Parella steps aside as East Providence Police chief

EAST PROVIDENCE — Setting aside any lingering speculation about his standing, East Providence Police Chief Christopher Parella, in conjunction with the office of Mayor Bob DaSilva, formally …

Gallery: East Providence wrestling

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School wrestling team recently took on Cranston West in a Division I match. The Townies are finishing up their regular season schedule this week in …
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Riverside Middle School falls in boys' state tourney semis

CRANSTON — The Riverside Middle School boys’s basketball team enjoyed a fine 2018-19 campaign, finishing its regular season with an 8-2 record and qualifying for the state championship tournament …

Gallery: EPHS boys' basketball

Hazard reflects on joining EPHS boys’ hoops 1,000-point club

East Providence, Bayside FC formally terminate turf field lease

East Providence players produce for area men's college hoops teams

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Affordable drawing tablet that rivals the ‘big boys’

Up until now, Wacom has dominated the drawing tablet industry. Professionals and hobbyists alike have been stuck with only one option. But thats starting to change. Companies like Apple, Huion, …

Common Fence Music’s Fall Moon Festival is Saturday

Weaver Library Farmers Market celebrates fifth summer season

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Letter: New mayor’s approach to police department changes is ill-conceived

To the editor:Something is rotten in the City of East Providence, to paraphrase Shakespeare. Barely two months into the new Mayoral form of government and a whisper of politics rises from city …

Editorial: Gambling made easy

Editorial: Hoops has its place in East Providence sports lore

Letter: The costs of war are all too high

Letter: Migrant caravan nothing like biblical story

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