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East Providence’s Community Police ‘Night Out’ enjoys a bounce back evening

East Providence’s Community Police ‘Night Out’ enjoys a bounce back evening

EAST PROVIDENCE — The fourth annual local version of “National Night Out,” presented by the the East Providence Police Department’s Community Policing Division and the East Providence Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, went off without a hitch Tuesday evening, Aug. 6, on the Senior Center grounds located off Waterman Avenue. The 2013 edition was the

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East Providence Community Police unit readies fourth annual National Night Out event

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Police Department’s Community Police Division prepares for its fourth annual “National Night Out” event set for Tuesday, Aug. 6, on the grounds of the Senior Center located off Waterman Avenue. The 2013 edition is the second to be held at the Senior Center, following two years of the event

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East Providence Police release names of suspect, victim in domestic dispute gone awry

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Police Department has released the names of a man and woman involved in a domestic dispute that turned overtly violent last week, leaving one person involved in custody and the other in the hospital. Michael Wayne Stewart, 49, of 36 Pembroke Ave., Providence, was charged with two domestic counts

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East Providence Police arrest man after he stabbed his girlfriend

EAST PROVIDENCE — A woman was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after her boyfriend allegedly forcibly entered her Tenth Street residence and stabbed her. East Providence Police refused to release the name of the victim, identified only as a 44-year-old female and resident of 27 Tenth Street in the center of the city

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East Providence Police chief’s attorney delivers another response to City Manager’s recent statements

EAST PROVIDENCE — In what is quickly turning into a very public and almost daily tete-a-tete, Attorney Thomas McAndrew attempted to trump a recent statement issued by City Manager Peter Graczykowski in regard to the employment status of East Providence Police Chief Joseph Tavares with an 11-page packet of correspondence of his own. The attorney

East Providence City Manager Peter Graczykowski is a finalist for the town administrator position in Tisbury, Mass. on Martha's Vineyard.

War of words continues in East Providence Police saga

EAST PROVIDENCE — Writing on behalf of the city, East Providence City Manager Peter Graczykowski submitted a lengthy retort Tuesday, July 16, to a recent letter delivered to The Post and eastbayri.com by Attorney Thomas McAndrew, who chastised elected and appointed officials for their actions during an investigation by Rhode Island State Police into alleged

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Chief’s attorney continues to question motives of East Providence City Manager, Council members

EAST PROVIDENCE — The legal representative of embattled East Providence Police Chief Joseph Tavares Friday, July 12, issued a terse response to a statement offered by City Manager Peter Graczykowski the previous day in regard to the recently released details of a Rhode Island State Police investigation into alleged misconduct. Attorney Thomas McAndrew first contacted

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East Providence Police officers union issues no confidence vote against Chief Tavares

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Police union, the International Brotherhood of Police Officers Local 569, has submitted a vote of no confidence on the status of Chief Joseph Tavares to City Manager Peter Graczykowski, the latter confirmed Thursday, July 11. The announcement of the vote came on the heels of a report issued by

East Providence City Manager Peter Graczykowski is a finalist for the town administrator position in Tisbury, Mass. on Martha's Vineyard.

East Providence City Manager says officials, officers have also been cleared by State Police report

EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence City Manager Peter Graczykowski offered up his response to the press release issued by the Rhode Island State Police Thursday, July 11, into alleged misconduct on the part of city officials in regard to the employment status of Police Chief Joseph Tavares. The Budget Commission asked the State Police to

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