Waves youth team swims to best season in ages, readies for nationals

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Boys & Girls Club of East Providence’s “Tidal Waves” youth swim team recently completed its best regular season in at least the last decade and …
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Two decades spent working towards peace
East Bay Citizens for Peace recognized and reflected on 20 years of peace and social justice activism last Saturday. Read More
The RI House filed 14 bills to address the housing crisis — what's in them?
Will a package of 14 different bills put forth by House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi earlier this month to address Rhode Island’s … Read More
East Providence falls to eventual champ Hawks in state hoops final four
KINGSTON — Eventual champion and second-seeded Bishop Hendricken defeated 11th-seeded East Providence High School 62-55 in the … Read More
Townies take third at state cheer championships, compete at regionals
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School Competition Cheer team reached the crux of its 2022-23 schedule over the last few … Read More
Council explores adding fine for misuse of rec permits in East Providence
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council and the administration of Mayor Bob DaSilva are in the process of beefing up the regulations … Read More
Upstart Bengals beat Skippers in OT for girls' hoops state title
Eighth-seeded St. Mary Academy-Bay View completed its unexpected run to the 2023 girls’ Open State Basketball Tournament … Read More
Is the R.I. economy headed for a rude awakening?

STORY OF THE WEEK: If you want to feel a chill down your back, watch PBS Frontline’s report on the recent era of “easy money” – super-low interest rates …

Letter: Appreciate input from constituents

Letter: Let the voters decide

Editorial: House package won’t fix affordable housing

All eyes are on the Speaker as Congressional race takes shape

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