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EAST PROVIDENCE — Motorists be on alert, the city is near ready to implement its speed zone/red light cameras as a means of heightened traffic control on some of East Providence’s busiest … more
Gov. Dan McKee, congratulations on assuming the governor’s position. I’m looking forward to you doing the best for the citizens of Rhode Island. An issue that I have been advocating for … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Blount Seafood, headquartered in nearby Warren, will return to the Crescent Park/Looff Carousel as the main provider of concessions at the historic site after a year away due … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The council, at its May 4 meeting, authorized the Office of Mayor Bob DaSilva to sign a contract renewal with SUEZ North America for continued operations of the city’s … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Health last week announced the East Bay COVID-19 vaccination pod located in city at the Shoppers Town Plaza, 589 Taunton Ave., would going … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City of East Providence recently announced received a $20,000 TD Bank Group and the Arbor Day Foundation “to support innovative urban greening and tree planting … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Planning Board, at its monthly meeting April 29, granted conditional final approval subject to amended conditions for the plan submitted by the John Flatley Company on … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School baseball team, returning to the diamond for the first time in over two years due to last year’s COVID-19 canceled season, begins its 2021 … more
A high school classmate, Lynn Allienello, passed away recently at age 59. I didn’t know her well during school days, nor in the years since, yet I feel profound heartbreak over her loss. At … more
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