RIDOT claims no responsibility for East Providence water pipe project

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is not...is not involved in any significant manner with the water pipe replacement project planned on Pawtucket Avenue in front …
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Townies top next-door neighbor Knights in girls' tennis
EAST PROVIDENCE — Finally back in action after weather postponed most play late last week, the East Providence High School girls' … Read More
RIDOT delays East Providence pipe replacement project
EAST PROVIDENCE — A pipe replacement project being overseen by the state expected to significantly impact traffic on one of the … Read More
Gallery: EPHS shuts out St. Ray's in football opener
PAWTUCKET — The East Providence High School football team opened up its 2023 Division II schedule with an impressive 19-0 shutout … Read More
Gallery: EPHS Unified volleyball 2023 opener
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School Unified Volleyball League squad opened up its 2023 regular season with a victory … Read More
EPHS embarks on girls' soccer season with renewed energy
EAST PROVIDENCE — After a fall to forget a year ago, there's some good news and some good signs for the East Providence High School … Read More
EPHS football eyes deeper postseason push
EAST PROVIDENCE — With two preseason games under its collective belt, the East Providence High School football team takes to the … Read More
Severe weather creates an array of problems for municipal leaders

STORY OF THE WEEK: If you were driving around North Providence, parts of Providence or other local communities during torrential downpours early last week, you may have felt like an extra in …

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