NORTH PROVIDENCE - Police are more likely to find themselves responding to Mineral Spring Avenue than any other two roadways in town combined, according to call totals for the first half of the year... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - A plan to spend some $75 million on upgrades to local school facilities should be finalized this fall, say school and town officials.
Now that a statewide moratorium on school... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - A spokeswoman for the Rhode Island Department of Transportation said this week that a July 8 inspection revealed that the Route. 146 overpass over Mineral Spring Avenue is safe.... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - The leaks had gotten so bad that the spaces beneath were no longer usable, says the development officer for St. Mary's Home for Children.
Susan DeRita said staff at the nonprofit... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Mayor Charles Lombardi is ordering police officers in town to spend more time patrolling the neighborhoods instead of sitting in stationary cars.
Lombardi said he's been seeing too... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - For the first time this year, town officials on Tuesday were set to consider adding more stop signs to local streets.
The latest year-long moratorium on the red and white signs isn... more
Oleg Lee, of North Providence, was named to the spring semester dean's list at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Michael John DiMuccio Jr., of North Providence, received a bachelor of arts degree... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Notable Works Publication & Distribution Co. Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness for environmental and social concerns through the arts, will host a... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - The North Providence High School Class of 1955 will hold a 60-year reunion on Sunday, Oct. 11.
Class members are being sought. For more information, call Jeanie (Jacques) Buckley... more