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EAST PROVIDENCE — With both parties, the potential proprietor and the public, seemingly entrenched in their positions, a third in a series of what it has deemed “community outreach” … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The resumption of in-person classes following a near four-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic took place around the state Monday morning, Sept. 14, including in East … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The administration of East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva released its draft of the FY2020-2021 budget to the City Council and the general public late Thursday afternoon, Sept. … more
    EAST PROVIDENCE —  On Friday, Sept. 11, a City of East Providence employee saw a coyote on the property of the WHJY building/Eastern Avenue area acting strangely. … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Coinciding with the recent adjustment in how trash is collected here, the City Council at its Tuesday, Sept. 15, meeting made formal changes in four laws pertaining to the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Superintendent Kathryn Crowley announced early Wednesday morning, Sept. 16, that two student teachers, performing their undergraduate requirements in the district from a local … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Through a press release issued September 15 and in a two-page advertisement to run in the September 17 print edition of The East Providence Post, the developers in essence authored … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — With word coming out recently that most fall high school sports in Rhode Island will be played amid precautions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, coaches and athletics expressed a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Likely part of the public domain in recent weeks more so than it has been actually in recent years, the City Council at its Tuesday, Sept. 1, meeting was given an overview of … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Department of Public Works-Water Utilities Division has announced its plan to begin a water pipe flushing program in the center section of the city on … more
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