Kent Field renovation project in East Providence gets start date, added features

The start date and some added details surrounding the much-anticipated redevelopment of the Kent Field, in the eponymous neighborhood in the center of the city, were the main take-aways from a …
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Hawks have their way with Townies in D-I boys' hoops quarters
There's no shame in having Bishop Hendricken as your nemesis in boys' basketball. After all, the Hawks are the record holders of 23 … Read More
East Providence readies for full property revaluation
The office of Mayor Bob DaSilva announced earlier this week the process of conducting a full property revaluation in East Providence … Read More
Townies trounce Knights, advance in 2024 Division I boys' basketball tournament
The East Providence High School boys' basketball team easily dispatched Central in the preliminary round of the 2024 Division I … Read More
Sports
East Bay hockey sides earn extra skates, qualify for postseason
Both East Bay co-op high school hockey squads qualified for their respective 2024 postseason tournaments, the boys' Huskies outfit … Read More
EPHS competition cheer squad starts season off strong
BRISTOL — The East Providence High School winter competition cheer team began its 2024 season last weekend by participating in an … Read More
Townies tangle with Hawks in Division I boys' hoops quarters
The dominating, 82-41 victory by the East Providence High School over Central High in last week's preliminary round of the 2024 … Read More
Opinion
Letter: Want a dictator? Be careful what you wish for

We have seen ordinary Americans say on camera that we need Donald Trump to be a dictator, because “America needs a dictator now.” Presumably, they feel that a dictator will be able …

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