January 28, 2022
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East Providence, RI – A new testing site will open in East Providence. Gov. Dan McKee announced on Monday that the state will open a walk-through rapid test site with 260 daily appointments at … more
State House – Rep. Raymond A. Hull, Chairman of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. State Holiday Commission, has announced the cancelation of this year’s annual celebration of the life, and … more
The annual ringing in of the New Year is always a cause for celebration. It’s a time to raise a glass and toast to friends and family that are with us and remembering those who have passed. … more
Hello All ~ Happy New Year ~ I wish you all a safe, HEALTHY, happy, peaceful, and prosperous New Year.  By now you should have received your 2022 Annual Census forms.  If you did not … more
Hardships prepare ordinary people for extraordinary results. As we begin 2022 dealing with the continued impacts from COVID-19, East Providence remains resolute in providing economic opportunity for … more
February 20 - Officer and a GentlemanMarch 13 - The PromApril 17 - Ain't Too ProudMay 15 - My Fair LadyJune 13 - Jersey BoysReservations are now being accepted by calling Deborah Rochford at … more
East Providence, R.I. (January 6, 2022): East Providence is embarking on a tourism campaign, boosted by escrowed funds accrued from hotel taxes collected by the City over the past six years.The R.I. … more
Communities in Bristol County ended 2021 with very high rates of Covid-19, according to data from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. For the 14 day testing period which ended on December … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence City Council has cancelled its Council meeting and the City has suspended its Municipal and Probate Courts for the next two weeks. The Tuesday, … more
The American Flag is up and flying again at the new C.O.A. location at 27 Frances Farm Road in Rehoboth after being recovered 15 months ago when the C.O.A. burned down to the ground. more
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