North Providence

Uprising at Louisquisset Condos as residents protest decisions

NORTH PROVIDENCE – A condo development known locally for representing the height of idyllic living is in turmoil, with residents there seeking major changes in its management and expressing a lack of... more

Expensive mistake: School board balks at ‘staggering’ cost of mold cleanup

School board balks at cost of ‘staggering’ mold cleanup
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NORTH PROVIDENCE – Members of the North Providence School Committee expressed concerns last week regarding the huge price tag for removing mold from the Dr. Edward A. Ricci Middle School in September... more

Councilors: Town should be helping with new playgrounds

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Town Councilor Ray DeStefanis and his colleagues are urging local parent groups to reach out to them about playground needs at their schools, saying they shouldn’t have to be going... more

New process for adding speed bumps: Ask the neighborhood residents

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Town Council is employing a fresh strategy in determining whether to add traffic control speed bumps in local neighborhoods: Ask the residents and let them decide. Council... more

Mancini Center welcomes medical center, Dr. Elgabry

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The North Providence Mancini Center officially welcomed its new doctor, Ibrahim Elgabry, during a ribbon-cutting luncheon celebration at the senior center last Thursday, Oct. 4.... more

Fall fairs and holiday bazaars

If your nonprofit organization is planning a fall fair or holiday bazaar, submit the information for inclusion in this listing to or mail to The Valley Breeze, 6 Blackstone... more

Mancini Center will host Grief Support Group

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The North Providence Mancini Center, 2 Atlantic Blvd., will hold the following programs. • Blood pressure screenings sponsored by Cedar Home Health on Thursday, Oct. 11, from 10... more

North Providence FOPA plans Foxwoods trip

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The North Providence FOPA will sponsor a holiday bus trip to Foxwoods Casino on Saturday, Dec. 1. The bus will leave the Stop and Shop parking lot at 1128 Mineral Spring Avenue at... more