January 26, 2020
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Furtado Seeks Re-Election to School Board Ward 2 By Bob Rodericks Steve Furtado, incumbent ward two school committee member will seek re-election. “There are many important pending issues … more
In February 2012, Jim H, a consumer at East Bay Center, approached staff about the possibility of starting an art class at the Center. Jim had never run an art class before, but had worked in various … more
Robert Britto Announces for House District 63 Seat Entering Democrat Primary By Bob Rodericks Robert Britto, a self-employed general contractor/project manager, has announced his intentions … more
May 24, 2012 For Immediate Release Mayor Bruce Rogers, announced today he would be seeking re-election to the position of City Council – Ward 2. Rogers, when announcing pointed to the fact … more
Sink Water Line Floods High School Bathrooms By Bob Rodericks Sometime around 1:00 PM on Wednesday afternoon a second floor bathroom sink let go and flooded that bathroom and damaged ceiling … more
The annual EPHS Band Concert will be held THURSDAY May 24th at 7 PM at the high school. Also, the annual ART SHOW will be held across from the auditorium in the aerobics room. Great art show … more
Gene Saveory to run for School Committee Ward 4 A Former Planning and Zoning Board Official By Bob Rodericks Former East Providence Planning and Zoning Board official Gene Saveory has … more
Tracy Adams Capobianco to Run for City Council-at-Large “The health of the City is Important to Me” By Bob Rodericks “First and foremost, I love my community. I was born and raised … more
Joel Monteiro to Seek School Committee-At-Large Seat “Passion for East Providence” By Bob Rodericks Joel Monteiro, a 41 year old father of two, has announced that he is a candidate for … more
It’s Official - Luisa Abatecola Not Running School Committee Member / PTA Activist Stepping Aside By Bob Rodericks Four year at-large East Providence school committee member, Luisa … more
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