North Providence

NP Town Council finds money for more paving

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NORTH PROVIDENCE - The Town Council has agreed with Mayor Charles Lombardi that residents and business owners should not be saddled with a tax increase this year, but are cutting his budget to add... more

Allendale Baptist in danger of closing

Church members ask public to help save 'community resource'
NORTH PROVIDENCE - The hard truth is that Allendale Baptist Church has seen better days - much better days, say those still attending the church on Woonasquatucket Avenue. Members say the church is... more

Lombardi: Registered truck in Lincoln 'a mistake'

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NORTH PROVIDENCE - Mayor Charles Lombardi has been saving money by registering one of his personal vehicles at his business address in Lincoln instead of his home address in North Providence. The... more

Former Supt. Vorro dies, remembered by colleagues

NORTH PROVIDENCE - Former Supt. Paul Vorro was a problem solver who affected the North Providence school district in a positive way, says high school Principal Joe Goho. Vorro, 67, died last week at... more

St. Joseph School of Nursing graduates 113th class

NORTH PROVIDENCE - The St. Joseph School of Nursing, located on the campus of Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence, held graduation ceremonies for its 113th class last Friday. Family... more

Franchesca's Floral Designs opens on Mineral Spring Avenue

NORTH PROVIDENCE - Town resident Franchesca Navedo has opened her Franchesca's Events & Floral Designs at 1480 Mineral Spring Ave. Navedo said she put a lot into renovating the former Petal... more

Davies names third quarter honor roll

LINCOLN - The following North Providence students have been named to the third quarter honor roll at William M. Davies Career & Technical High School. High Honors: Alexander A. Antaya, Jorge A.... more

Ask a Lawyer at Mancini Center

NORTH PROVIDENCE - The Salvatore Mancini Resource and Activity Center announces the following events. An¬?Ask a Lawyer program will be presented on Thursday, May 21, from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Attorney... more