April 20, 2018
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Chris Parella was born and raised in Bristol, Rhode Island but is a true "Townie" now. The 52 year old Parella was hired as East Providence's new police chief last August. Parella … more
Photos: Bob Rodericks Robert Britto, Ward 1; Helder Cunha, Ward 2; Tom Rose, Ward 3, Tim Conley, Ward 4 and Tracy Adams Capobianco, City-At-Large. City Council Charles Tsonos, Ward 1, Tony … more
The new East Providence City Council and School Committee were officially sworn in on Monday evening with two different public faces. One was civil … more
Most city council meetings are sparsely attended. Not the last couple of meetings. City residents are incensed with the latest round of … more
75 Year Old Pierce to be Lauded at EP-LSA Game By Bob Rodericks The annual Thanksgiving Day football classic between East Providence and LaSalle high schools will have a different twist … more
Robert Faria - Fined over $60,000 - 9 From EP on List: As of June 30, 2014, the Rhode Island State Board of Elections (BOE) is owed a minimum of $1,794,594.00. These unpaid … more
The Reporter has learned that former school board chairman Charles Tsonos may be in line to get his old chairman's seat back as the newly elected school committee jockeys for … more
Rehoboth lost an admired artist and well-liked lifelong resident with the death of Joseph A. (Joe) Carpenter Jr. in September at age 93. Joe was the son of Joseph A. Carpenter and Bessie (Peck) … more
Joe and I may have first met in July 1942 at the Peck family reunion, held each year on the old Peck forge privilege on Pond Lily Avenue, Rehoboth, but since neither of us remembers seeing the other … more
Annual Ham & Bean Dinner - Sunday November 9th! The Rumford Lions Club of East Providence does a lot to help those in need in East Providence and elsewhere. Lions President, … more
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