January 22, 2018
Town News
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City to Remove Two Derelict Barges at Bold Point By Bob Rodericks Gail Mastrati, a spokesperson for the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, issued a press release today … more
By Bob Rodericks: The roughly 16 year long battle between some Rumford neighbors and businesses and Ken Foley and Pond View is evidently not going to get permanently settled until it reaches the … more
By Bob Rodericks Good economic news continues to creep up in East Providence with the news that Moodys Investment Services has increased the bond rating for the city. Generally this means that it … more
By Bob Rodericks Football Legend "Beansie" Honored by Council William Stringfellow, the Rhode Island and East Providence football icon, was honored by the city council in August by having the … more
In a tightly contested Ward 4 city council race, school committee member Tim Conley squeaked out a 24 vote victory over incumbent council member Chrissy Rossi by a 856 to 832 vote tally. Possibly … more
31st Annual EPHS Hall of Fame Induction The 31st annual East Providence High School Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held on Sunday, October 26th, 2014 at the Venus de Milo Restaurant in … more
The Veterans Memorial [Photo gallery]
My family and I live on Pond Street. Driving by a couple weeks ago I stopped to take a pic of this beautiful sunset and I thought it was worth sharing. more
Poor Health Stops Pimentel - By Bob Rodericks East Providence Ward 3 School Committee member, Richard "Spunk" Pimentel has announced that he will not be able to seek reelection to his school board … more
Former School Board Chair to Seek Committee Seat in Ward One By Bob Rodericks Former school board chairman Charles Tsonos has announced that he wants to return to the East Providence School … more
EPHS First Baseball Title - Drought is Over! Some knew, but many Townie sports fans didn't realize that baseball was the only major sport in the Townies long storied athletic history, to not have … more
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