October 19, 2018
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There is a contested race for U.S. Senate this Fall, and there is one candidate who should have your vote. Beth Lindstrom’s experience as a small business owner will make her the ideal U.S. … more
There is a political race this year that dramatically differentiates two candidates running against each other. They are both Democrats, so the election that counts is the Primary on Wednesday, … more
Residents of Seekonk may not have heard that former Seekonk Interim Town Administrator Paul E. Lemont passed away at age 77 on May 22. Lemont was hired by the Board of Selectmen in August 2006, at a … more
Each of the 20 cities and town in Bristol County pay a county tax twice a year.  Along with State funding, and revenue from our Register of Deeds and County Courts, the majority of funding falls … more
I have been doing a lot of research on Mary Peck Butterworth. She was born On July 27, 1686 and died on February 7, 1775. She was the first Counterfeiter Colonial America. Her father and mother … more
I offer this statement as a press release for my campaign: I am happy that the League of Women Voters is holding an open debate for all East Providence candidates for public office in the evening of … more
The last song of the katydid, whirls around when evening bids. They fill the night with one long note, after the silent daylight vote, to be quiet until the night … more
The friends of Eddie Lincoln held a benefit for his family at the Rumford Hunting & Fishing Club. 165 Providence Street, Rehoboth, MA on Saturday July 7th, 2018. Eddie Lincoln, a Graduate of … more
The election this year is one of the most important for East Providence in a long while because the person elected as our first mayor will shape what that office will be. He or she will be the face … more
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