March 24, 2017
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(East Providence, RI) The City of East Providence, Office of the City Clerk, in conjunction with the East Providence Animal Shelter and the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association will be hosting … more
It is imperative that your house can quickly be found in an emergency not only during the day, but especially at night. Statistics show that only 3 out of every 10 homes have house numbers adequate … more
Eldon is a one-year-old, short haired, tiger and white male cat. He was adopted as a kitten from our shelter last year and was a fun, sweet little guy who unfortunately has not had a good year. His … more
Please share widely among community and families! We are currently seeking nominations for educators, teacher assistants, therapists, programs, students, parents and/or community resources that have … more
By Bob Rodericks In an email to staff in the Human Resource Department at East Providence City Hall, former Acting HR Director Raymond Benoit writes, "I approved the passing score of 65 for the … more
Townie Nation lost a giant today - Harry Mutter, EPHS '62. Inducted into the EPHS Hall of Fame in 2015. The retired Facilities Director for East Providence Schools was a tireless volunteer for the … more
Council Receives Solicitor Dias Report: Faria Motion passes to send questions to Hearing Board: The East Providence City Council voted unanimously at its February 21, 2017 meeting to ask the city … more
Botelho's motion Fails in 3-2 Vote to reinstate Richard Kirby. A meeting full of "I said, You said" Accusations. "This isn't good," - Mayor Jim Briden In a contentious debate with Ward 4 … more
Rehoboth, MA February 21, 2017: Spectra notified us they are postponing their meeting scheduled with us on the February 27, 2017 indefinitely until they are able to reevaluate and restructure their … more
Faria asks Botelho to remove request for Kirby Reinstatement. The ongoing saga of city management continues as the East Providence City Council leads up to a Tuesday, February 21st meeting at … more
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