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EAST BAY — The R.I. Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is set to repair 12 miles of the East Bay Bike Path from Bristol to East Providence, removing cracks and resurfacing one of the … more
PROVIDENCE — The owner of a Providence barber shot just over the line from East Providence was among a trio arrested recently on numerous charges of intent to sell narcotics. The Providence … more
Despite being relatively mild, the winter seems to be dragging on. Probably a combination of so many gray days and the teasing warmer days recently — even though there’s as much as a … more
PROVIDENCE — The inadvertent release of components used to treat sewage in city cause state officials and activists to raise a minor alarm about potential contamination of Narragansett Bay. The … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — All's quiet on the eastern front. East Providence that is, as the city and region contend with the third nor'easter storm to hit the area in the last two weeks. East … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Following the most recent tragic act of gun violence in the nation’s schools, when 17 people were murdered at the Majorie Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14 in … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In an interview as a follow-up to discuss a written opinion he offered last week stating elected officials in East Providence should serve four year terms, Assistant Solicitor … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Assistant City Solicitor Robert Craven issued an opinion on the status of term lengths for elected officials in East Providence, doing so at the behest of the council … more
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