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EAST PROVIDENCE — If the initial concepts come to fruition, then the very long wait to see the site of the former Ocean State Steel plant off Roger Williams Avenue in Rumford adjacent to … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Marshall Development released a statement through its public relations firm mid-morning Friday, Oct. 2, declaring it has completed the purchase of Metacomet Golf Club. The … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Mayor Bob DaSilva has chimed in the ever-burgeoning debate over the status of the Metacomet Golf Club, issuing a statement Tuesday morning, Sept. 29, in response to a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — State Representative Gregg Amore (D-Dist. 65, East Providence) is attempting what even he concedes is likely a last-ditch effort to resolve the ongoing impasse over the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In a somewhat surprising move, Marshall Properties LLC has rescinded its request to rezone the Metacomet Golf Club off Veterans Memorial Parkway. The company made the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Used quite a bit currently as a foil by critics in the on-going attempt to potentially redevelop the Metacomet Golf Club, the East Providence Waterfront Commission held its … more
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 — 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 — 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 majority of those who rose to the podium Tuesday night, Aug. 11, for a special public hearing conducted by the City Council in the Martin Middle School cafeteria on the … more
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