April 18, 2019
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The Pawtucket Red Sox and PawSox Foundation, together with the City of East Providence, have teamed up to roll out a $5,000 scholarship program for East Providence Little League ball players in need. … more
East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva, in conjunction with the Bristol County Water Authority (BCWA) held an emergency City Hall briefing at 1:00 pm, today, April 11, 2019. The Mayor and BCWA Director, … more
State House – The House of Representatives today unanimously approved a resolution condemning the recent desecration of a Hebrew cemetery in Fall River. The House resolution (2019-H 5927) … more
State House — The House of Representatives today passed legislation introduced by House Majority Whip John G. Edwards (D-Dist. 70, Portsmouth, Tiverton) that would make it easier for … more
East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is pleased to announce that Rhode Island Governor Gina M. Raimondo will serve as the Honorary Event Chairperson of its 16th Annual Seaside Gala set for June … more
State House – Rep. Gregg Amore’s legislation (2019-H 5766) which extends the “look back” period on repeat alcohol-related vehicular offenses from the current five years to 10 … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence has announced the first phase of a three-year roadway improvement plan. “The city will begin the process of much needed improvements to … more
The time has come to establish a minimum wage for state Medicaid-funded health and human (HHS) services. It is not only necessary, it is an issue of dignity and a moral imperative. Many of our … more
State House – The House of Representatives yesterday unanimously approved a resolution sponsored by Rep. Liana Cassar recognizing this week as National Public Health Week. Held annually the … more
The East Providence Recreation Department will be sponsoring the 64th Annual Dorman “Dolly” Searle Scholarship Golf Tournament on Monday June 3rd, which will be held at the Metacomet … more
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