July 21, 2018
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Two-term City Council-at-Large incumbent Tracy Capobianco has decided to forgo another term on the East Providence City Council. "I'd like to announce that I will not be seeking reelection for … more
Nathan Cahoon, Ward 3 School Committeeman, has announced his intention to run for a second term on the East Providence School Committee. The General Election will be held on November 8th, 2016, with … more
Candidates for the November 8, 2016 election are starting to organize as the City of East Providence continues to pull away from the rule of the former State Budget Commission. Two candidates for the … more
Former School Committee & City Council Member a Candidate Again:Saying that "I have never left," former East Providence School Committee member and City Councilwoman, Chrissy Rossi has announced … more
It was a brief but terse meeting. The Mayor and city council had called for a meeting to discuss the job performance of City Manager Richard Kirby and the sexual harassment charges that City Human … more
The National Weather Service has issued an alert for accumulating snow to hit EP and area starting Monday and lasting into Tuesday and possibly Wednesday. Be prepared! According to AccuWeather, … more
Providing for professional administration for the city of East Providence has not been an easy task of late. There has been a revolving door of upper level management in both the school and city … more
East Providence's Tony Ottone, Jr. likes to make things. His snow creations in recent years have received national attention. Ottone took advantage of this season's first snowfall by creating a snow … more
As reported here earlier, the city council meeting of January 19 pitted some of the city's most active social bloggers and resident critics of city council actions. City resident Jason Desrosiers has … more
The on-again off-again cordial relationship between some on the city council and school committee, took a turn away from cordiality during the city council meeting of January 19. Ward Three … more
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