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Young Dems and dance dads
"Hypothetically, in an alternate universe, if you were governor," a college-age guy with tousled hair is asking Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, "if you were sent a bill that would regulate and tax marijuana, would you be willing to sign that bill?" It's Saturday morning at the Rhode Island Convention Center and Taveras - the Honorary Chair of ... (more)
12 hrs ago
Lifespan lays off dozens, cuts vacant jobs
Hospital network Lifespan is laying off dozens of workers and trimming empty jobs as part of an effort to cut nearly $150 million in expenses over the next two years.
16 hrs ago
Jaime R. Serpa, 81, Soccer Hall of Fame Member
Jaime R. Serpa, of East Providence died Friday, May 17, 2013. He was 81. He was the husband of Maria Serpa.
21 hrs ago
Woman, 20, Faces Drunk-Driving Charges After Car Smashes Fence
A 20-year-old East Providence woman faces drunk-driving charges after her vehicle smashed through a picket fence and struck a tree at a home on Willett Avenue in Riverside early last Friday morning.
22 hrs ago
Paul V. Robbins, 85, Insurance Sales Manager
Paul V. Robbins, of Wampanoag Trail, Barrington, and formerly of Riverside, East Providence, died peacefully on May 19, 2013.
Bi-Weekly Paycheck Legislation Gets Pushback From Employees
Legislation unanimously approved by the Rhode Island House Committee on Finance would enable private industry to pay employees less than weekly -- and in spite of criticism from labor led opposition citing disenfranchisement of already cash-strapped employees, the committee was won over by representation by the business community who testified in ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
The Providence Journal
EDC awards funds to R.I. solar-energy projects
The board of directors of the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation has approved more than $78,000 in funding from the state Renewable Energy Fund for two solar energy projects.
Pet of Week at Animal Control Center
Pikachu is a grey male domestic medium shorthair cat available for adoption at East Providence Animal Control Center.
Kettle Point Housing Financing, Bonds Go Before City Council
The East Providence City Council meets tonight for its second meeting in May with the introduction of an ordinance for a tax increment financing plan for the Kettle Point housing development on the docket.
Hearn Appointed to NEBHE Board
Rep. Joy Hearn has been appointed to the New England Board of Higher Education. "I am honored to have been appointed to the board this year, as I have made education a priority," Hearn said.
Riverside Man, 28, Charged With Drunk Driving in Barrington
A Riverside man, 28, was arraigned on a drunk-driving charge in District Court last Tuesday morning, May 14, after he was pulled over by Barrington police earlier that morning.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Providence Journal
Closed-door gathering at Camille's for R.I. Senate Democrats
Senate Democrats gathered for an unannounced closed-door dinner at Camille's on Federal Hill last Thursday, following a relatively quiet legislative week.
Film Series Offers Portrait of Matisse
The Artists Loop film series at Weaver Library in East Providence continues today with a screening of "Matisse." The film by Didier Baussy offers a portrait of the famed artist, Henri Matisse.
The Providence Journal
RI woman charged with robbing Good Samaritan in Mass.
Police say a Rhode Island woman is facing charges for allegedly stealing from a Good Samaritan who gave her ride after her car broke down.
Police Log: Loud Music & Barking Dogs
Friday, May 10 2:30 p.m. - Police assisted EG Fire at a fire at a house on Hemlock Drive.
School Choruses Joining for Rock Concert
Rock on with the fourth- and fifth-grade choruses at four of East Providence's elementary schools on Tuesday evening, June 4. About 200 students - 50 each from Silver Spring, Orlo, Kent Heights and Hennessey schools - will perform at East Providence High School.
5 Things to Know About Today
Here are five things you should know about today in East Providence: Cloudy in the morning with a chance of isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon and temperatures reaching up to 77 degrees.
Sat May 18, 2013
Finalists Picked for First Judge of Barrington Municipal Court
Two finalists for Barrington's first Municipal Court judge were interviewed by the Town Council this week - one is expected to be named to the position on June 3. Francis "Frank" Connor and Dean Robinson, attorneys who live in Barrington, went before the Town Council on Monday evening.
Fri May 17, 2013
James Clayton Sattel's RI Views: East Providence
Photographer James Clayton Sattel is passionate about Rhode Island, particularly those shores, crags, and vistas of his home island: Aquidneck.