May 21, 2018
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Student art work from throughout East Providence has been displayed at the Weaver Library on Grove Avenue and also at the Riverside branch library during March. Tricia Barry Chapman, a fine arts … more
From the Town Clerk: [Photo gallery]
The annual town meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 16th at the Seekonk High School on Arcade Avenue. The meeting starts at 7:00PM. The warrant will include the budget for the next fiscal … more
Rhode Island Governor Gina M. Raimondo announced her intent to nominate Dr. Isadore "Izzy" Ramos to the Rhode Island Board of Elections panel. In a May 3rd press release the Governor also said she … more
By Bob Rodericks The Crescent Park Looff Carousel is still in need of work. It may not reopen until the July 4th Holiday. It has been determined that an out of state specialist will be called in … more
Legislation in the Rhode Island House of Representatives would require public schools to provide students in grades kindergarten through 5 with at least twenty (20) minutes of free-play recess each … more
Onna Moniz‐John Neighborhood Park and Central Avenue Playground The City of East Providence is pleased with the renovation of another city park and playground at the Onna Moniz‐John … more
The City will receive $713,042 in Community Development Block Grant funds for 2016-2017. This is an increase in over $1,000 from last year's allotment. David Bachrach, Community Development … more
City Council was in favor, but two votes on the Zoning Board axed the plan - until now: "A slap in the face! That’s what the Kent Heights Neighborhood was dealt by two members of the zoning … more
Seekonk residents will have an opportunity to view and discuss design options for the Seekonk Public Library at public meetings scheduled for Tuesday, March 29 and Wednesday, May 11. These meetings … more
East Providence Police Statement: "Please be advised that there is another IRS scam going around, especially within the Riverside area of the city. People are receiving phone calls in which the … more
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