October 19, 2018
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City To Coaches: "Can't Have Two Jobs" Not Fair, says Joel Monteiro, UPDATE: "I'm still the hockey coach and I plan to remain the hockey coach." - EPHS Hockey Coach, Kevin Croke Rose, Conley, … more
RYBSA welcomes all to register for the 2015 season. Fees are unchanged from last year. Please register this month (Janurary) to avoid late fees and enable the league to get correct number of … more
The 32nd annual East Providence High School Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held on Sunday, October 18th, 2015 at the Venus De Milo Restaurant in Swansea, Massachusetts. The event is open to … more
East Providence High Boys Basketball team dealt St. Ray's Academy their first loss in Division One Friday night, January 27th in an exciting 59-52 game before a sold-out Townie gymnasium. "I think we … more
RMS Girls In The Hunt For Title Game: Last Friday was an exciting afternoon for Riverside Middle School's softball and baseball teams. Both teams had key playoff games and both … more
Harry Mutter, '62 is the retired Director of Buildings & Grounds for the East Providence School Department. Harry is a long time member of the East Providence Community & Teacher's Credit Union Board … more
LaSalle beats Townies 28-13 End of Long Tradition Soon? By Bob Rodericks One thing is for sure, new East Providence High football coach Jay Monteiro hates to lose. "I hate losing, even when … more
Raymond Lombardo, '67, was a standout athlete in high school and college and a teacher, school administrator and coach for decades throughout Rhode Island. While at EPHS Lombardo was a member of the … more
February 7th, 2018 is the National Letter of Intent (NLI) signing day for college athletics. The NLI is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an NLI member institution. A … more
East Providence came into today's loser bracket softball playoff game with a 10-8 record against the higher seed Tolman with their 14-4 record. Tolman was the home team with the … more
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