June 17, 2018
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Regarding the Right to Care bill (S2408/H7964) being considered in the RI legislature, I would like to ask: how many readers have tried to recruit a physician to come and work in RI? I have. It … more
About sixty years ago, Dorothy Beckwith invited the first woman judge in Massachusetts to speak at the graduation ceremony for ninth graders as they left Anawan School for the great unknown. The … more
Being a Progressive is not being a part of a political party or a movement. Being a Progressive is an idea. An idea that demands fairness and equality for all. The advancement of the human … more
The Rehoboth 375 Anniversary Committee held the “Taste of Rehoboth” fundraiser on June 5 at Francis Farm in Rehoboth. Thank you to the over 220 people who attended. Your attendance and … more
At the end of this school year, three leaders in the Seekonk Public School system are stepping down. Superintendent Arlene Bosco, Finance Director Barbara Hamel, and Aitken Principal Nancy Gagliardi … more
I heard a rumor that Providence mayor Elorza wants to get rid of the traveling shower for the homeless and build a free bathhouse to replace the broken fountain on Federal Hill for the illegals more
From: Supt. Anthony C. Azar, Ed.D.Contact: aazar@drregional.orgSupt. Azar: “We have reached a point in time where the Town of Rehoboth's revenues are not sufficient to fund the basic town … more
I support our town. I support our schools. I support our override.Over the course of the last few years, in general, and the past couple weeks, in particular, I have heard from family and friends … more
June 4, 2018 On the weekend of June 1st thru June 3rd, the Special Olympics team from East Providence competed in the Special Olympics of Rhode Island’s 2018 State Summer Games, held on the … more
It has been bothering my husband for a while and we don’t how to find the answer! What was the name of the restaurant at Greggs location before it became Greggs? Any help will be greatly … more
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