July 11, 2020
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State House – AARP have awarded their Capitol Caregiver Awards to several members of the Rhode Island General Assembly who were instrumental in passing legislation concerning caregivers during … more
Incumbent elected officials and some newcomers have declared for the upcoming September primary and November 2020 general elections.  Candidates had until June 24th to file intention to run for … more
New EPHS $2.8M under budget, on-timeThe East Providence School Committee accepted the recommendation of the building committee in late June, which sets the project Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) at … more
Saturday, July 18, 2010 9 am - Noon The East Providence Public Library and The Department of Public Works are proud to work together to offer a free paper shredding event in the side parking lot … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence, together with the East Bay Community Action Program, is seeking participants for its second annual Mayor’s Youth Summer Police & … more
MC's for the night: Mary Nascimento and Heather Resendes, EPLAC Co-ChairsThank you to School Committee members, Admin, and Principals and DIrectorsOpening remarks from Superintendent Kathryn … more
“2nd Sunday” Summer Open Houses - July 12/ August 91:00 - 3:30 pmJohn Hunt Museum - 65 Hunts Mills Road - 02916“ Hikes At Hunt’s”- 1:30 at the GazeboYes, we are … more
State House – The Senate today announced the appointment of a special legislative task force that will review and provide recommendations on policies pertaining to the Rhode Island Law … more
State House – Legislation sponsored by Sen. Cynthia A. Coyne and Rep. Patricia A. Serpa to prohibit the manufacturing, transfer, purchase or possessing of any plastic, fiberglass or 3-D printed … more
The city Planning Board met on June 24, 2020 and conducted a public hearing on the petition of Marshall Development LLC, to eventually allow for a mixed-use development for the use described as … more
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