September 24, 2017
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Watchemoket Square Day [Photo gallery]
Watchemoket Square Day took place on October 13th. Thank you to all who attended and participated. more
More photos from the Townie Pride Parade! more
On Saturday October 13, Student Government members held their annually run event, the D-R Remembrance Walk. The walk was put in place in order to remember the lives of students who passed away while … more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Jennifer Tierney, Whiteknact Arts Chair Tel: 401 369-7276 EAST PROVIDENCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WINS $3,000 CRAYOLA GRANT --One of 20 in the US and Canada … more
Rhode Island --- Junior Achievement of Rhode Island, which provides programs on workforce readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy, announced it has received a $14,875 grant from the … more
A total of 1,260 Seekonk residents turned out to vote in a special election to fill the seat left open by Bill Rice on the town's Board of Selectmen. By the slimmest of margins, a majority of the … more
Once again, East Bay Center participated in the “Rally 4 Recovery”, which was recently held at the Roger Williams Memorial Park in downtown Providence. The day was sunny and breezy, and over five … more
Seekonk voters will head to the polls again on Monday, this time for a special election to fill a seat on the Board of Selectman left vacant this summer when Selectman Bill Rice resigned. Rice left … more
Who Is In Charge? School Department Leaderless (Several Administrative Posts Empty) By Bob Rodericks The August departure of Interim Superintendent Edward Daft, essentially leaves the East … more
By Bob Rodericks Attorney Tom McAndrew defeats City again In a story first brought to light on March 26th by The Reporter, it was disclosed that fired East Providence building inspector, Albert … more
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