September 22, 2017
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Ava Marie Grace Conger

Brittany and Billy Conger of East Providence are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Ava Marie … More

Seekonk Save A Pet Accepts Special Donation

Seekonk Save A Pet would like to thank Tyler and Adam of R-L Prints Photography for their generous donation … More

A Children's History of Portugal Book launch at Discovery Language Academy

The publishing arm of UMass Dartmouth’s Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture is releasing a … More

"Laugh more than you cry every day" - Townie Angie Drainville Dolan

Memorial Fundraiser on August 24th. Before she became Angela Dolan, she was Angela Drainville to her many … More

8th Annual Police-Community Night Out Against Crime

The East Providence Citizen Police Academy Association (EPCPAA) and the East Providence Police Department … More
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Councilman Joe Botelho Leaves Dems for Moderate Party

Although the City of East Providence is officially a non-partisan form of government, many locally elected officials are "affiliated" with a political party. The Republican party has not been very … More

EP City Council Meeting Tuesday Sept 19

Agenda, Mayor Briden Statement Below:The East Providence City Council is meeting Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at City Hall with several issues on a lengthy docket. At-Large member and Mayor Jim Briden … More

EPHS Girls Soccer To Honor First Responders & Armed Service in 9/11 Ceremony

The East Providence High School girls soccer team would like to invite everyone to attend the home soccer game and 9/11 pre-game ceremonies honoring first responders and the Armed Services on Monday, … More

Fake News in EP?

Following the last City Council meeting on September 5th, which has many in East Providence buzzing over the argumentative nature throughout most of the session, Ward Three Councilman Joe Botelho … More
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Aristocats Swing Jazz Quartet Concert

Put some swing in your step on Wednesday, October 18th at 6:00 pm when Lloyd Kaplan’s Aristocats perform at the Seekonk Public Library. This event is free and open to the public, sponsored by The Friends of the Seekonk Public Library. This … More

PBS POV Documentary Screening of "Tribal Justice"

Presenting PBS’s POV documentary series at the Seekonk Library! Come to enjoy the film and if it moves you, stay for a discussion on the film afterwards. In "Tribal Justice", two Native American judges reach back to traditional concepts of … More

Fall Walk for Health

Mix up or begin your exercise routine by joining library staff for a walk on the half mile of paths in Seekonk Meadows. This thirty-minute Fall Meadows Walk begins on Wednesday, October 11 at 9 AM at the Meadows gate at the top of the library … More

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