March 28, 2017
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The Rhode Island Foundation is offering local libraries, schools, government agencies and nonprofit groups grants of up to $10,000 to fund proposals that bring Cranston residents together as a … more
In a statement issued by Mayor Jim Briden, the at-large councilman discussed a framework of activities the council is engaged with. The city is preparing for its move to an elected Mayor form of … more
Motorists are already familiar with road delays on Pawtucket Avenue between Warren and Waterman Avenues due to construction. Drivers may want to make alternate plans for the coming days:Ward 3 … more
East Providence Cancellation Updates: No School: There will be NO RUBBISH COLLECTION on Tuesday, March 14th due to the snow. Tuesday's collection will be delayed until Wednesday resulting in a … more
East Providence High girls basketball defeated Wheeler High in State Tourney Sweet 16 action tonight at East Greenwich High School. The Townies showed no ill-effects from their recent coaching change … more
Several hours after the East Providence High School girls basketball team lost to Johnston High in the Div II State Title game at Rhode Island College on Saturday March 4th, EP head coach Michael … more
The City Council was told in February that some 2,000 customers of city water owe close to $2Million in unpaid bills. The City was told by Acting City Manager Tim Chapman that a "shut off policy may … more
EPHS to be Closed Monday, March 6th. "We are all deeply saddened by this loss." - EPHS Principal Shani Wallace Geoffrey P. Higginbotham, of Nelson Street, Rumford, passed away peacefully … more
Troop 55 Riverside congratulates our newest Eagle Scout, Neil Britton! A musician himself, Neil's passion for music was the inspiration for his Eagle project. Over the course of several weeks, he … more
RI Fair Employment Act; RI Civil Rights Act & Whistleblower Protection Act are Cited: City of East Providence employee Lita Garrett has filed a three-count lawsuit with Rhode Island Superior … more
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