September 22, 2020
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East Providence, RI – Mayor Bob DaSilva today signed a newly revamped group of ordinances that will ultimately improve East Providence’s sanitation program. The ordinances, introduced by … more
East Providence, RI – East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva presented the FY2020-2021 proposed budget to the City Council on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020.“This budget was prepared to not only … more
East Providence, RI – Mayor Bob DaSilva together with Councilwoman Anna Sousa and members of the East Providence City Council will hold an official signing of a newly revamped trash ordinance … more
East Providence, RI – On Friday, Sept. 11 a city of East Providence employee saw a coyote on the property of the WHJY building/Eastern Avenue area acting strangely. Animal Control was … more
When: Fall 2020 (scheduled to commence on September 21, 2020). Where: Kent Heights neighborhood, from Warren Avenue south (South Broadway to Boyd Avenue) and surrounding areas. What: Flushing … more
East Providence, RI – The East Providence City Council has voted to approve the passage of a newly amended ordinance that clears the use of backyard fire pits. Introduced by Councilor Nate … more
Grants from the Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund come as RI’ers continue to struggle with the challenges of the COVID-impacted economyTwo East Providence nonprofits are among 19 … more
As the East Providence Arts Council continues to bring more arts appreciation to the city, a “Looff on Tour” happening occurred throughout East Providence in August.  “We had … more
Metacomet Proposal Continues to Dominate Council Attention Marshall Developers Put The Brakes On…The pending sale of the Metacomet Golf Course by the Brad Faxon group to Marshall … more
East Providence, RI – The Weaver Library Farmers’ Market (located at 41 Grove Ave.) invites residents to join visit the market every Thursday for the month of September to enjoy the … more
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