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EAST PROVIDENCE — Planning Department program director David Bachrach presented the preliminary annual Community Development Block Grant budget for 2020 to the City Council at its meeting … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Gordon School once again won the Rhode Island "MathCounts" tournament, which took place in early March. Twenty teams from public and independent schools around the state … more
These Legal Notices were published in the East Providence Post on April 2, 2020. more
These Legal Notices were published in the East Providence Post on March 26, 2020. more
I have been saying for several years that we — America — are in trouble because we seem unable to do well even the most fundamental things, such as maintain adequate streets, roads, and … more
Rhode Island is at a “big clip of increase … in the rapid spread phase” of the coronavirus outbreak, Governor Gina Raimondo said at her daily briefing Wednesday (2:30 p.m. today), … more
  EAST PROVIDENCE — City-based CareLink, a non-profit organization of post-acute and community healthcare providers, has been awarded $70,000 from the joint United Way/Rhode Island … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The first virtual meeting of the City Council due to restrictions imposed on gatherings because of the COVID-19 pandemic certainly did not go without a hitch, but the body was … more
Three more Rhode Islanders – all nursing home residents – have died as a result of COVID-19, prompting a new call from state health officials for workers at those facilities and other … more
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