July 18, 2018
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When a water shut off happens to a family it is a devastating event with possible catastrophic results. Without water, a resident can be evicted from their home by the same City that shut their water … more
The East Providence Recreation Department will offer a co-ed youth soccer league for East Providence youth ages 8-12. The league will provide an opportunity for youth to hone their skills and advance … more
Rhode Island Commissioner of Education, Ken Wagner, has responded to teachers throughout the state regarding the recent budget agreement at the State House. His statement:"I am pleased to report … more
REHOBOTH – The Special State Primary Election for the Bristol & Norfolk Senate seat, will be held on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. ALL THREE PRECINCTS WILL BE OPEN – Precinct I is the … more
The first announced candidate to be East Providence's first elected Mayor is Bob DaSilva. DaSilva, a police Captain in Pawtucket, has been active in local government, community groups and youth … more
Memorial Fundraiser on August 24th. Before she became Angela Dolan, she was Angela Drainville to her many Easy Providence friends. Angie Drainville was an example of a 'Townie 'Profile in … more
“All CARCS meetings are open to the public! August 16 & September 20 @ 7:00 PM Blanding Public Library 124 Bay State Road Rehoboth. Citizens Against the Rehoboth Compressor Station" more
Will the Boston Red Sox's top prospects be showcased on the East Providence waterfront? Will kayakers chase down homerun balls in the bay like they do in San Francisco? Ward Three City Councilman Joe … more
Support EP Heritage Days 2017 You asked for it East Providence and you got it. Now it's our turn to walk the walk. Since 1981 local residents like Junior Butler have been producing and scheduling … more
"I am so excited to be returning home with my new band, The Pete Silva Project. When I was first approached about the opportunity, I said yes without even looking at a contract. I knew in my heart … more
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