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EAST PROVIDENCE — Taxpayers in city will soon get a bit of a breather when it comes to paying their quarterly property levies after the city council, at its December 20 meeting, gave first passage … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The redevelopment of Watchemoket Square on Warren Avenue continued to gain momentum in recent days as the city council backed a recommendation made by acting city manager Tim … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Fees were on the mind of the people and the politicians Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, when the reconstituted city council gathered for its first official working meeting of the new … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Upon his return to the city council after a session away, At-Large representative Jim Briden has once again been selected by his peers as the council president/mayor of East … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — With much less fanfare than their counterparts on the council, the same five sitting members of the East Providence School Committee were inaugurated for the 2016 session on … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — All signs indicate the school committee soon plans on offering East Providence superintendent Kathryn Crowley an extension to her current contract and that she will accept. The … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In its final acts as currently constituted, the East Providence City Council approved both the relicensing of the troubled Rumford Motor Inn and the planned open air amphitheater … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The matter apparently becoming a legal football, Ward 3 councilman-elect Joe Botelho earlier this week continued his effort to seek clarification about the incoming body's ability … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Ward 3 City Councilman-elect Joe Botelho has requested an advisory opinion from the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office regarding the procedural mechanisms of the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — It's official. The dilapidated Kent Heights water tower will in short order receive a makeover after the city council approved the issuance of no more than $2.5 million in bonds … more
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