October 18, 2018
Police & Fire
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The East Providence Police issued a statement involving a drug arrest today in the vicinity of the Wampanoag Plaza on Pawtucket Avenue: "Sgt. Diogo Mello was patrolling the Wampanoag Plaza, … more
We are excited to announce that this year; members of the EPPD will be participating in the Pink Patch Project. You will see officers proudly wearing pink patches throughout the month of October to … more
The East Providence Firefighters will host their 12th annual Freaky 5K road race on Sunday, October 21st, at 10 AM. The event will be held at our Rumford Fire Station located at 30 North Broadway. … more
WHAT:Whiskey Republic in Providence, R.I., will host a St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event to raise funds and awareness for lifesaving childhood cancer research on Saturday, Aug. 18. … more
The East Providence Police Department, in cooperation with the E. P. Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association invite the community to be a part of its ninth annual National Night Out 2018 on … more
Letter to the Editor: "The Lock Box Program has been a great success in our community. I wanted to reach out and share this program with others that may benefit from it. Police, fire and rescue … more
Captain Michael David, Services Commander for the East Providence Police Department, will take over administration of the city's embattled Human Resources Department. "Effective Monday, February 12, … more
The East Providence Police have reported the arrest of a 19 year old city resident today. The police statement read:"On Wednesday, 1/24/18, at approximately 1:00 AM, Officer Jay Rainville conducted a … more
The East Providence Police Department welcomed four new officers in December. They graduated from the 22 week Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy on Friday, 12/15/17. The officers were … more
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