NORTH PROVIDENCE - Local Boy Scout Noah Coogan and a few dozen friends got the ambitious effort to establish a trail system in North Providence started last Saturday with a full day of hard work at... more
Lombardi: Relief appropriate, but wants reduced car taxes, new roads
NORTH PROVIDENCE - This town will make its last $2.3 million payment on a five-year deficit reduction bond next spring, and town residents have many ideas for what to do with the extra money once the... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Town planners last week approved the master plan for a major land development of the former Spardello's Men's Clothiers property at 1483 Mineral Spring Ave., effectively moving... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Windsor at Brentwood, a 240-apartment community on Smithfield Road, sold for $25.8 million last week, according to CBRE/New England.
Bower Hill Associates, an affiliate of GID... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Glenn Corrente, the town's former public works director who was fired two weeks ago as a response to his handling of a controversy over the condition of town parks, said this week... more
JOHNSTON - The first Fire Bowl flag football game between the firefighters from North Providence and Johnston last Thursday ended as a 7-0 win for the North Providence Fire Fighters Local 2334 over... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - AARP North Providence Chapter 4580 will meet this Thursday, Nov. 20, at 1 p.m. at the Dillon Council Knights of Columbus, 1675 Douglas Ave.
The guest speaker will be a... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - Centredale Elementary School's PTO is seeking interested vendors for the annual Elf Shop on Wednesday, Dec. 10, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Each vendor will have a basket of their product... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - The following students have been named Feinstein Jr. Scholars at Centredale Elementary School.
September: Aaron Chellel, Issac Remy, Seth Pimentel, Evan Garneau, Lacey Esposito,... more
NORTH PROVIDENCE - AARP North Providence Chapter 4580 is seeking new members.
The group meets on the fourth Thursday of each month, except July and August, at 1 p.m. in the Knights of Columbus Hall... more