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EAST PROVIDENCE — The long-running saga of current and past elected officials attempting to somehow create equity in setting water/sewer rates for consumers continues, the latest entry taking … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In an attempt to combat a persistent nuisance of overflowing donation boxes across the city, the council at its January 19 meeting gave the first of two necessary passages to … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Most East Providence High School winter sports teams attempt to start their respective 2021 seasons this week, doing so with COVID-19 pandemic health and safety protocols … more
Stephen P. Brun, 73, of East Providence, passed away peacefully at Hope Hospice & Palliative Care, Providence, on January 13, 2021, succumbing to complications from Covid-19 after a 25-year … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Expansion of the Hattie Ide Chaffee Home, the eldercare facility off Wampanoag Trail, received the green light after the Zoning Board, at its January 13 meeting, approved a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The school administration is expecting some 450 students who took distance learning in the first semester to resume in-person instruction with the start of the second half of … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Superintendent of Schools Kathryn Crowley is urging state officials include all educational personnel in Rhode Island’s initial distribution of the COVID-19 … more
The Rhode Island House of Representatives Democratic Caucus, at a virtual meeting Monday, Jan. 11, elected its leadership team, including Rep. Katherine Kazarian (District 63, East Providence) as the … more
Victor Francis Barclay, 91, of Rumford, passed away on December 27, 2020. Born October 17, 1929 in WaKeeney, Kansas, to Elmer Glen Barclay and Blanche Fredrica (Pulver) Barclay, he was the third of … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The first Tuesday following the first Monday of the year was inauguration day both in city and at the State House, January 5, as two new members took their oaths of office on … more
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