May 29, 2017
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School Board Chairman Tsonos Runs for Re-Election: “Yes, I will seek re-election,” said Charlie Tsonos. Tsonos was answering our first question as he engaged this reporter in a lengthy … more
EPHS RAISING FUNDS FOR CLASSMATE AL’s WHEELS for ALEC HAIL – April 14th! The Townie Volunteer Corps is a group of East Providence High School students whose goal is to volunteer in the … more
School Finance Director King Resigns Relatively new East Providence Finance Director, Mary King, has abruptly resigned her post to take a similar job in North Kingstown, RI. King has been on the … more
The Rhode Island Commissioner of Education released a statement today saying that East Providence schools are not suspected now of suspicous testing patterns. The statement: The Atlanta Journal … more
Atlanta Journal Constitution story: “Cheating our Children” March 25, 2012 Deborah A. Gist - statement The Atlanta Journal Constitution ran a news story today, “Cheating our … more
Report: Four RI school districts merit investigation for suspicious test scores PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Four Rhode Island school districts have been singled out for having "suspicious test scores" in … more
Fired EP Inspector May Get Job Back Al Quattrucci To Return? By Bob Rodericks Former East Providence building inspector, Albert Quattrucci was fired by former city manager Richard Brown in … more
Homestead Exemption Gone…! The budget commission has previously voted to end East Providence’s homeowner tax discount for those owning and living in the same house. The idea however does not … 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
City to Consolidate HR Administration By Bob Rodericks The city of East Providence is hiring. They are hiring a Director of Consolidated Human Resources, responsible for ‘hiring, staffing, … more
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