October 19, 2018
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Ward 3 councilman Joe Botelho is asking the City Council to consider reinstating former City Manager Richard Kirby at its next meeting. The former city council voted to suspend and then fire City … more
Meeting, Monday February 13th 5:30 PM City Hall Based on the overwhelming support of voters approving some charter changes at recent elections, Mayor Jim Briden has announced that the city will … more
EP Rep. Helder J. Cunha D-Dist. 64, introduced legislation (2017-H 5245) that increases the deduction for the state’s income tax for contributions to qualified tuition savings programs from … more
East Providence nonprofits that provide health care, counseling or basic human needs such as food or shelter to Barrington residents have until Feb. 10 to apply for grants of up to $15,000 from the … more
On Monday January 23rd the East Providence Democratic City Committee had a Re-Organizational Meeting. Every two years we reorganize and hold an election of officers to oversee the daily happening of … more
Although the EP Cumberland Farms proposal has been decided in Court a while ago, not a shovel of dirt has been lifted and the congested parking lot remains as it always has. The project though is … more
In a January 25, 2017 press release, Sprague Resources LP announced that its operating subsidiary, Sprague Operating Resources LLC, has signed a definitive agreement to purchase the East Providence, … more
At-Large Councilman and Mayor James Briden has called for a special City Council meeting for Monday, January 30, 2017 at 7 pm at City Hall. The reason for the meeting is to engage in a conversation … more
City to Start Process Over. Waterbury: "No Comment". In a major surprise to many, newly reinstated city Human Resources Director, Kathleen Waterbury has sent all applicants for vacant fire … more
After a short absence from the East Providence Board of Canvassers, outspoken veteran member Tom Riley has replaced another veteran board member, Peter Barilla, by the city council on a split 3-2 … more
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