August 23, 2019
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In October 1969, a newly established volunteer group in the city held a celebratory tea to present its first scholarships to local students. Five high school students in East Providence received a … more
The East Providence Local Advisory Committee For Special Education (EPLAC) is a committee comprised of parents of children with disabilities along with administrators, teachers and others with a … more
Sometimes knowing exactly where to go to fulfill community service hours can be difficult whether the hours are court ordered or required by schools. Even hearing about certain upcoming community … more
October 1 Trinity Rep “The Prince of Providence” The Buddy Cianci StoryOctober 30 FoxwoodsNovember 8 Boston Christmas Festival @ Seaport World Trade CenterNovember 10 PPAC … more
East Providence lost a favorite daughter yesterday. Sheila Stringfellow was a giant icon in our community. She and Bill were loving leaders and mentors of a large extended family. And, of course, … more
State House – Sen. Valarie J. Lawson’s (D-Dist. 14, East Providence) legislation (2019-S 0585) which requires road and bridge contractors for the Department of Transportation to furnish a … more
Good Neighbors Food Pantry will be open every 2nd Saturday of the month from 10am – Noon. See 2019 dates below: September 14 October 12 November 9 December 14 We are excited … more
Safely dispose of your household hazardous waste (anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc.) on Saturday, August 17 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the East Department of Public Works … more
As East Providence ushers in a new “Renaissance” it is awesome to see the Arts play a role in shaping our identity. From the Bold Point Concert Venue to The HeArtspot Art Center and … more
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Schools Seeking $3.3Million More From City in BudgetThe School Committee was presented a proposed 2019-2020 budget request of $88,830,196 at its July meeting. School Finance Director Craig Enos gave … more
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