September 24, 2017
Police & Fire
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Chris Parella was born and raised in Bristol, Rhode Island but is a true "Townie" now. The 52 year old Parella was hired as East Providence's new police chief last August. Parella … more
Council Receives Solicitor Dias Report: Faria Motion passes to send questions to Hearing Board: The East Providence City Council voted unanimously at its February 21, 2017 meeting to ask the city … more
SEEKONK — The town has a new police officer.To read more by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
SEEKONK — Police Detective Sergeant David Enos was presented with the Police Department’s Selectmen Award by Chief Craig Mace on Wednesday.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle … more
The East Providence Police received the results of a police community relations evaluation, recently completed by Salve Regina University. Police Chief Christopher Parella released the survey results … more
For all of the parents who will send their grown child off to college in the fall, there are a few more tidbits of learning they should know before they go: show them how to do laundry; show them how … more
The City of East Providence is once again seeking applicants to fill vacant positions within the fire department. The move is seen as one which will delay the eventual hiring and cost the city … more
My name is Michael Koussa, from Troop 3, North Dighton. I'm working on my Eagle Scout Service Project for the Rehoboth Fire Department. The purpose of the project is to recognize the Rehoboth … more
By Bob Rodericks East Providence Police Chief Chris Parella will be featured on Channel 10 news tonight. The East Providence police department is one of the only local departments - if not the … more
Police Cars get a Raise - Not Officers… A police request to increase their hourly rate for working on roadside and event details was denied by the state budget commission overseeing East … more
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