NORTH PROVIDENCE – There are no wheels on this bus, but a group of students at Marieville Elementary School hop on and off the “walking school bus” every morning and afternoon, getting transported to... more
Opponent is against such a move; mayor says ‘it’s a good idea’
NORTH PROVIDENCE – Town residents could receive new trash totes with attached lids if one candidate for Town Council gets his way.
Steven DiLorenzo is running as a Democrat against Republican Brendan... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – Suspended North Providence Finance Director Justin Cambio will seek to have his 2015 arrest on illegal gambling allegations expunged on Thursday, Oct. 27, in Third District Court.... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Planning Board last Wednesday gave preliminary approval to plans for two housing developments, one off Eliot Avenue near Lowe’s and the other on Fruit Hill Avenue behind Our... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – North Providence High School will become part of what Melissa Caffrey, social studies department chairwoman, calls a “walking, living history” lesson when 41 students from Japan... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – North Providence High School officials presented student success through personalization and proficiency-based learning at the New England Association of Schools and Colleges’... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Athens Diner, a restaurant with a distinctly Greek flair and breakfast all day, is now open at 1449 Mineral Spring Ave. in the former Jacky’s Galaxie building.
Owners Marios... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – Brian Quirk, independent candidate for mayor of North Providence, said “there is a discord between logic and the rhetoric and actions” of some of the town’s elected politicians.
NORTH PROVIDENCE – District 3 Town Council candidate Steve DiLorenzo is calling for “a more manageable way” to dispose of weekly trash.
DiLorenzo says he believes that new trash receptacles with... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – Brendan Snodgrass, candidate for Town Council District 3, is vowing to fight for residents to address the council at all regular meetings.
“This is for the residents of District 3... more
LINCOLN – Thomas Paolino, a Republican running for the District 17 Senate seat, said he’d bring new ideas to Rhode Island if elected on Tuesday, Nov. 8, and listed a number of his concerns.
Keeping with its longstanding policy, The Valley Breeze will not print any last-minute attacks against political candidates, in either advertisements or letters, in the Nov. 2-3 editions. Those ads... more
If your nonprofit organization is planning a fall fair or holiday bazaar, submit the information for inclusion in this listing, to email@example.com or mail to The Valley Breeze, 6 Blackstone... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE Yoga classes are now being offered at the North Providence Pool and Fitness Center. Classes are offered Monday and Wednesday, from 6 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, 8 to 9 a.m. The cost is $... more
Riley William Galligan, Happy 11th Birthday! We love you, Papa and Nana.
WARWICK – A fundraising campaign through the Rhode Island chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is taking nominations for “Student of the Year.”
The campaign, which kicks off Jan. 20, is now... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The following students have been named Feinstein Jr. Scholars for September at the Centredale School:
Kalaivani Cholan, Mia Tejada, Ellie O’Connell, Amber Gaouette, Rhyana Jesus,... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Salvatore Mancini Resource & Activity Center announces the following events.
Free blood pressure screening on Thursday, Oct. 20, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Reiki Treatment... more
PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter Kilmartin warned Rhode Island residents to be aware of potential relief effort scams following the devastation in Haiti from Hurricane Matthew.
“In times of... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The AARP North Providence Chapter 4580 meets Thursday, Oct. 27 at 1 p.m. in the Church of the Presentation, 1981 Mineral Spring Ave. The guest speaker will be Edward Donnelly of... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Picillo Center, 2 Volturno St., invites everyone to “boo-gie down” at its Halloween Fright-Night Dance on Thursday, Oct. 27, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Costumes are encouraged, and... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Dillon Council Knights of Columbus,1675 Douglas Ave., will host an all-you-can-eat ham and bean dinner on Friday, Nov. 4, from 6 to 8 p.m.
The cost is $12 per person.