October 18, 2018
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I am writing on behalf of the Keep Rehoboth Beautiful Sub-Committee to acknowledge and thank everyone who participated in the pre-parade clean up on Route 44 on September 30th. On Sunday, … more
Senator Feeney has worked tirelessly over the last 10 months to fight for women, seniors, workers, public safety, veterans, students and our environment. Time and time again he has voted in an … more
My Name is Doug Metz. I am an OWNER of a townhouse in greenbrier village Condo complex in Seekonk have owned my townhouse since September of 2009. As you are probably aware the Developer ( Mr. … more
Veteran's Cemetery The march of timeHas left them here.All stand in lineAll free from fear.At ease they'veLet go of their guns.They don't advanceAnd they don't run.Their Wars on landAnd in their … more
Paul Feeney is a hardworking senator who makes himself available to constituents and hears their concerns. He has visited the Rehoboth Senior Center on numerous occasions over the past several … more
Hello my name is Hamster and I am a member of Bikers Against Child Abuse Rhode Island Chapter. I want to take this opportunity to introduce our chapter to the community. We have been a full chapter … more
Two weeks before the big parade Butch Bliss of Attleboro / Rehoboth Building Supply Company came to the aid of Hornbine School They supplied us with a beautiful flatbed truck for our float. They … more
I am voting for Senator Paul Feeney on Nov. 6th because he listens to his constituents, advocates on our behalf and delivers for our district. Senator Feeney has held dozens of Office Hours … more
375 Anniversary Parade [Photo gallery]
My grandsons had the best time at the parade! Nothing like a good ole lemonade stand and front row seats to catch that candy. Thanks to everyone that made this special day more
I was there, as were many of you, in 1984 when Superintendent of Schools Myron J. Francis instituted the first Townie Pride parade. It was held during the centennial celebration of East Providence … more
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