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Renovation of Cumberland Farm’s East Providence location gets go-ahead

Renovation of Cumberland Farm’s East Providence location gets go-ahead

EAST PROVIDENCE — The quest to renovate and expand the Cumberland Farms convenience store and gas station at the intersection of Pawtucket Avenue and Wampanoag Trail cleared a significant hurdle Tuesday night, April 21, when the East Providence City Council passed a pair of ordinances in support of the proposal. The Council voted 3-0 to

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Woman dies following East Providence car accident

EAST PROVIDENCE — The driver involved in a roll-over car accident at the intersection of Wampanoag Trail and Boyd Avenue in city mid-day Wednesday, Jan. 14, has died. City resident Leslie Logan, 63, died of injuries she suffered after being trapped inside the vehicle after it overturned on the sidewalk. East Providence Firefighters feverishly attempted

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East Providence cuts ribbon on renovated Fire Station 4

EAST PROVIDENCE — U.S. Senator Jack Reed was among the honored guests Sunday afternoon, June 22, as the East Providence Fire Department formally opened its renovated Station No. 4 on Wampanoag Trail. City Manager Paul Lemont served as master of ceremonies for the event, which included brief remarks by dignitaries and an open house for

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East Providence Fire Department hosts open house, holds promotion ceremony

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Fire Department plans two significant events in the coming days. The EPFD will host an open house Sunday, June 22, at the renovated Station No. 4 located on Wampanoag Trail. The event, where the public is welcome, runs from 1 to 3 p.m. Guests are free to tour the

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East Providence Fire Department responds to wood stove fire

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Fire Department responded to a call at 155 Wampanoag Trail Friday afternoon, Jan. 3, needing to extinguish a smoldering blaze created by a wood stove. According to EPFD Lieutenant James Bellamy, companies reached the scene, located roughly halfway between Dover Avenue and the East Shore Expressway, at approximately 3:15

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