North Providence

Town-run Mancini Center buzzing with activity

Leaders expect membership will grow to 3,000 by the end of this year
NORTH PROVIDENCE – Since 2002, the most members ever recorded at the Salvatore Mancini Resource and Activity Center were the 1,803 members on the list in 2004. Now that the Mancini Center is a town-... more

Repeal of overnight parking rule could be problematic

NORTH PROVIDENCE – A local ordinance prohibiting anyone from parking on a North Providence street for more than an hour during overnight hours could prove difficult to repeal, says Chief of Police... more

Cataldi won't seek re-election

NORTH PROVIDENCE – School Committee member Donald Cataldi says he will not seek re-election for a sixth term in District 2. Cataldi, who served on the Town Council from 1992-1994 and School... more

Johnston man missing for six days

JOHNSTON – The Johnston Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating Kenneth Stedman, a 69-year-old resident who has been missing since Feb. 10. Stedman stands, five feet, five... more

Piche says no conflict of interest with Centredale Revival LLC

But Marion says issues could arise
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NORTH PROVIDENCE – A North Providence Planning Board member seeking to help revitalize the village of Centredale says he’s not looking to do anything that would cause a conflict of interest between... more

Board to vote on retaining project architect to oversee safety complex construction

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Purchasing Board will meet next Monday, Feb. 26, to vote on allowing Robinson, Green & Beretta to continue work on the town’s new police and fire complex. Chief of Police... more

New streetlights bringing stars back into focus in some neighborhoods

CUMBERLAND – Residents in some local neighborhoods are noticing that the stars that had largely faded from view over the years are appearing brighter again. Officials say that’s because the new LED... more

Dawson named community development officer

NORTH PROVIDENCE – BankNewport president and CEO Sandra J. Pattie has announced the appointment of Adriana I. Dawson, of North Providence, to vice president, community development officer. She will... more

Town GOP will announce winners of Democracy Essay Contest on Tuesday

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The North Providence Republican Town Committee will announce the winners of its annual Democracy Essay Contest for students at North Providence High School next Tuesday, Feb. 27,... more