November 14, 2019
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East Providence High School participated in the annual NCAA National Letter of Intent and Signing Day today at the high school. "We are proud today to celebrate the college signing of three of our … more
Rehoboth selectmen chairman Gerry Schwall is alleging the Dighton-Rehoboth school committee violated the open meeting law when they scheduled the November 2 “tent” meeting. In his … more
Voters at the November 18 town meeting will be asked to approve several expenditures, including $1.4 million for a senior center expansion. The money will be used for renovations of the unused … more
Once again Tracy Adams Capobianco, a former city councilwoman and patriotic volunteer, is organizing a "Holiday for Heroes" effort to bring gifts and holiday cheer during the holiday season. This … more
(Disclosure: The writer, Bob Rodericks is a 1972 Townie Graduate!) November usually means the end of the nice fall weather as the region begins to prepare for the doldrums of winter. It also means … more
The state’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) is preparing to take control of the Dighton-Rehoboth school budget.Voters rejected the FY20 budget at the October 29 town … more
Dates to Remember10/25 Grade 5 Field Trip -HR 103, 106, 10810/26 PTSA Trunk or Treat + Monster Mash Event10/28 Picture Retakes/Make-ups10/30 Grade 8 Group Photo11/5 No School – Teacher … more
Pop-Up Candy ShoppeFirst grade teachers Mrs. Augusta and Mrs. Carpenter host their October Pop-Up Candy Shoppe. You will be surprised to learn that the “candy” in this shop is Books … more
The East Providence City Council is humbly dedicating its November 19th, 2019 meeting to our local Veterans. The council is inviting all veterans to attend the meeting at City Hall at 7 pm to be … more
The first Townie Pride Parade began in 1984 which was the centennial celebration of East Providence High School. Superintendent of Schools, Myron J. Francis, Class of 1947, officially coined the … more
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