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East Providence High tennis courts get painted ‘Townie Red’

East Providence High tennis courts get painted ‘Townie Red’

EAST PROVIDENCE — Step two in the process of rehabilitating the East Providence High School tennis courts commenced Wednesday, Aug. 12, as John Carnevale led a host of volunteers laying down a couple coats of “Townie Red” paint on the surface. Mr. Carnevale is leading the effort through his D’amours Step organization in association with


Fall River man is arrested on molestation charges in Warren, East Providence

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Police Department Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 12, announced the arrest of a Fall River man on a molestation charge. EPPD with the assistance of the Fall River Police Department and in cooperation with the Warren Police Department, arrested Hubert Joseph, 47, of 26 Odd St., for First Degree Child Molestation.

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East Providence announces plans for Kent Heights Water Storage Tank improvement project

EAST PROVIDENCE — The City of East Providence Department of Public Works announced Tuesday, Aug. 11, plans for improvements to its Kent Heights Water Storage Tank Site, located on Walmer Avenue between Dover Avenue and Clyde Avenue, over the course of the next 18 months. The work will involve demolishing the existing 8 million gallon

24 Bay Road in Barrington is for sale for $529,000.

Open Houses: 31 homes in the East Bay this weekend

Check out these open houses, taking place this weekend in the East Bay. Listings are organized by: Address, Date, Time, Home style, Beds, Baths, Price, Agency, Agent, Phone # Barrington 3 Donald Ross Road, Sunday, Aug. 9, 11 am-12:30 pm, Contemporary, 3, 2.5, $699,000, Residential Properties, Bonni Koppelman, 401-245-9600 30 Broadview Drive, Sunday, Aug. 9, 11

Tax credit should benefit veterans, too

To the editor: I sent the following piece of correspondence to State Representative Jan Malik, the House Veterans Affairs Chairman regarding Property Relief Credit RI Gen Law 44-33-3: Dear Representative, last December I brought to your attention the change to this law that eliminated disabled Veterans that only receive VA Compensation benefits from applying for


Reynolds leaves East Providence Schools facilities position

EAST PROVIDENCE — Bill Reynolds has resigned as Facilities Director for the East Providence School Department. His last day was Wednesday, Aug. 5. The East Providence Post and confirmed the information late Thursday afternoon, Aug. 6. Word had begun to circulate in school and city circles last week Mr. Reynolds was considering stepping away

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State Police, DEM announce increased water DUI patrols

PROVIDENCE — State Police, DEM increase effort to curb intoxicated boating Marine Units teams from both groups increase presence on waterways. The Rhode Island State Police and Commissioner of Public Safety and the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) Division of Law Enforcement recently announced Marine Units from both groups will be patrolling the waterways throughout