April 26, 2017
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Monthly Water Bills Replacing Quarterly:As reported here last month, the City is owed close to $2Million in delinquent water payments by residents. The City Council was told in February that some … more
A Conversation with Paul Luba, Finance Adviser: The Journey:In approximately six years the City of East Providence has boldly gone from financial bleakness to a coveted "AA" bond rating. The … more
Although Trump ran as a populist, he and the Republican Right have waging all-out war on working people everywhere - gutting environmental protections, rolling back regulations intended to rein-in … more
Join affordable housing and homeless prevention advocates from across Rhode Island at the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless’ Annual Awards Luncheon at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, April 3rd at the Crowne Plaza located in Warwick, RI. This inspiring … more
It is with mixed feelings that we hear the news today of Senate President Ruggerio’s decision to remove Senator Dan Da Ponte from the Chairmanship of the Senate Finance Committee. Sources on Smith … more
Residents noticed during the winter months that the Iconic Cannon on Bay State Road across from American Legion Post 302 was missing for several months. Coordinated and supervised by a Boy Scout from … more
The City of East Providence Department of Public Works/Refuse & Recycling announces that residential yard debris collection will resume the first week of April, starting on Monday, April 3rd. … more
STATE HOUSE — President of the Senate Dominick J. Ruggerio (D-Dist. 4, Providence, North Providence has appointed Sen. William J. Conley Jr. to serve as chairman of the Committee on … more
Veteran East Providence State Senator Daniel DaPonte, District 14, was removed as Senate Finance Chairman by new Senate President Dominick Ruggerio. Ruggerio was just installed as Senate President to … more
“Karen’s Corner” serves the needs of companion pets of our local food pantry clients, and is dedicated in loving memory of Karen McHugh. Karen was the former Seekonk Assistant Town Clerk who … more
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