October 21, 2021
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Hello, Wondering if you would be so kind as to update the EP Reporter readers on the progress of the water pipe connections from Bristol to the E.P. Kent Heights area. The process has been ongoing … more
We see themComing down again.They've wandered Here before. They seemFamiliar strangers,Knocking onOur door.They signal Changes coming,Green,Now colors bright. Their ballet's Held briefly, In … more
When elected by the residents of Ward 4 and entrusted to represent our taxpayers, I made a promise to be the voice of our residents, YOU. I believe the budget process is not a spectator event. The … more
To all Supporters and Team Members, We Have opened our Holiday registration and while doing so we found many of the families who are needing help this Holiday season are in dire need of basic … more
The East Providence Athletic Club recently held it s 24th annual John Chalmers Charity Golf Tournament at Trigg’s Memorial Golf Course in Providence. Chuck Andrews and Wayne Larned, organizers … more
In 2014 when the East Providence Arts Council was formed in response to folks hoping to see the city advocate more for the Arts, we decided we needed a tentpole event to build the organization … more
Although EP Police Chief Nebus may be an official with sincere intentions regarding traffic safety and reducing accidents, the widely duplicated rhetoric that traffic cameras deter speeding and … more
As I drove by the new East Providence High School construction site the other day, I was in awe of the magnificence of this building. More importantly, the building is only costing me, and the … more
This letter is addressed to our fellow residents of East Providence, our mayor our city council members and our state representatives and senators. We the undersigned concerned residents and voters … more
Yesterday serious accusations were leveled at the five administrators of KMG from a city employee. One of the accusations is of stalking. Stalking is a felony crime with wide ranging consequences for … more
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