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East Providence Public Works reminds of Labor Day trash changes

East Providence Public Works reminds of Labor Day trash changes

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Public Works Department, Recycling/Refuse Division announces that all household refuse, and yard waste regularly collected on Monday, Sept. 1, will be collected on Tuesday, Sept. 2, due to the Labor Day Holiday. All collections for the remainder of the week will be delayed one day. Regular collections will resume

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East Providence trash will be collected as usual on Presidents Day

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Department of Public Works has announced despite changes to holiday collections throughout the year rubbish will be collected on its regular schedule Presidents Day and the rest of the week. Residents are told to have their trash streetside by 6 a.m. Monday, Feb. 17. Trash will then be collected

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Public Works delays trash collection in East Providence due to expected snow

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Public Works Department is delaying the collection of trash in the city beginning with pick-ups scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5, due to the overnight snowstorm expected to hit the area. Upwards of six inches or more of snow is in the forecast, the storm anticipated to begin some time

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East Providence delays Wednesday trash collection

EAST PROVIDENCE — The  East  Providence  Public  Works  Department, Recycling/Refuse  Division has announced  a collection  time  delay  for  Wednesday,  Jan. 22. Due  to  the  current  winter  storm  conditions  which  are  expected to continue  through  the  evening  hours  and  Wednesday,  residents scheduled  to have  rubbish  collection are asked to please wait until the morning morning to

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East Providence announces rubbish collection change for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

EAST PROVIDENCE —  The City Of East Providence Public Works Department has announced that due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday Monday, Jan. 20, rubbish collections for the entire week will be delayed one day. Residents are asked to have rubbish  containers at the curbline by 6 a.m.  for collection. For information call 435-7710

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Public Works sets changes to East Providence trash collection dates

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Department of Public Works has announced its schedule for holiday trash and tree collections. Due to the Christmas Holiday, rubbish collection for Wednesday, Dec. 25, will be delayed one day and collected on Thursday, Dec. 26, Thursday collection will be on Friday, Dec. 27, and Friday collection will be

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East Providence Public Works notes trash collection changes for Veterans Day week

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Public Works Department, Recycling/Refuse Division announces that all household rubbish and yard waste collections this week will be delayed one day for the reminder of the week. Regularly Monday collections will be Tuesday, Nov. 12. Collections then will be as follows: Tuesday will be Wednesday, Wednesday will be Thursday,

A Martin Avenue resident's dog attacked a Mega Disposal employee on Friday morning, biting his right leg.

East Providence sets Labor Day trash collection changes

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Public Works Department, Recycling/Refuse Division announces that all household refuse and yard waste collections next week will be delayed one day for the reminder of the week. Regularly Monday collections will be Tuesday, Sept. 3, Tuesday will be Wednesday, Wednesday will be Thursday, Thursday will be Friday and Friday

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Pawtucket’s entry into trash collection consortium likely lessens East Providence’s cost

EAST PROVIDENCE — The cost of ridding the city of its rubbish likely just got a little less expensive for East Providence as neighboring Pawtucket completed its privatization plans and will join a local consortium formed to reduce expenses related to garbage collection. The Pawtucket Times reported last week that city had signed a five-year

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