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Business, residential neighbors in East Providence react to Supreme Court’s review of Pond View

Business, residential neighbors in East Providence react to Supreme Court’s review of Pond View

EAST PROVIDENCE — Residents and neighbors of the controversial recycling site on Dexter Road in city reacted positively to the issuance of a writ of certiorari earlier in the week by the Rhode Island Supreme Court in the case of East Providence v. the TLA-Pond View/Kenlin Properties, LLC. The writ is basically a review or

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East Providence Coalition, Police offer prescription drug take-back event

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the East Providence Police Department (EPPD), and the East Providence Prevention Coalition (EPPC), announce a prescription drug “Take-Back” initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft. The DEA will be collecting potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs for destruction on Saturday, April 26,

East Providence Coalition members Tim Horton, Ken Schneider and Corliss Blanchard (center, right to left) receive their award during the Local Environmental Action 2013 event.

East Providence Coalition receives regional anti-pollution honor

BOSTON — Hailed by many locally for their efforts in helping shutter the Pond View recycling plant, the East Providence Coalition was recently honored by a regional anti-pollution organization. Members of the EPC were some of the over 300 citizen activists from across Southern New England who gathered at an event entitled “Local Environmental Action

Lawrence Hey, his wife, Leslie and son, Steven, 12, listen to Ward 1 council candidates debate.

East Providence Coalition hosts final debate of 2012 election cycle

EAST PROVIDENCE — An overflow crowd gathered for most of the evening Wednesday night, Oct. 24, in the Newman Congregational Church gym for the East Providence Coalition-sponsored debate among candidates running for General Assembly House Districts 63 and 65 as well as those for City Council At-Large and Wards 1, 2 and 3. The most

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