March 24, 2017
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As I mentioned in past columns, we were in negotiation and then mediation with the two police unions in town…patrolman and superior. Good news, after spending the day in Boston, both sides … more
Did you realize that every 90 seconds, in the USA, someone suffers a Cardiac Arrest? Despite this sobering statistic, there is only a 32% chance that someone will respond to such an emergency! … more
In recognition of The Fresh Air Fund’s 141st summer of bringing together New York City children and volunteer host families in Rhode Island, Governor Raimondo has proclaimed March 20th … more
The City Council was told in February that some 2,000 customers of city water owe close to $2Million in unpaid bills. The City was told by Acting City Manager Tim Chapman that a "shut off policy may … more
REHOBOTH – Dog Licenses for 2017 are now available and may be purchased by mail, online at, or at the Town Clerk’s Office. The hours are … more
There are four cats and a dog in the shelter at present. Andrew gets to have his picture on display this month because he has been waiting the longest -- he came in with an injured leg and had to be … more
Meet the candidates for spring election while enjoying a social hour with a generous array of delicious hors d’oeuvres followed by a formal question and answer forum. $20 per person RBA members … more
RI Fair Employment Act; RI Civil Rights Act & Whistleblower Protection Act are Cited: City of East Providence employee Lita Garrett has filed a three-count lawsuit with Rhode Island Superior … more
East Providence, RI, February 23, 2017- The East Providence Arts Council (EPAC) is gearing up for the Third Annual the looff: East Providence Arts Festival. The looff will take place on Saturday … more
Carrying on the project of lining the Memorial Day Parade route with American Flags that Tracy Capobianco started in 2014, the East Providence Veterans Advisory Committee proudly announces the start … more
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