May 24, 2022
Letters
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Dear East Providence voters. East Providence has a high number of senior citizens as homeowners. As the city councilman-at-large, I will propose looking into an ordinance which will hopefully give … more
It snowed 2 - 4 inches the evening of May 10, 1977! During the storm, that evening I drove north through Rehoboth on Rte. 118. I was on my way home to Attleboro from Swansea. I remember the tree … more
I just want to enlighten the local residents as to how out of control the litter on our streets have gotten. We live in such a beautiful area and yet it's getting abused. It's heart breaking and it … more
I am enthusiastically announcing my campaign for Mayor of East Providence. If elected I will bring in NEW, STRONG and BOLD leadership that is desperately needed for our city. In the up-coming … more
A special thank you to Feast and Fettle of East Providence, Ellie’s Bakery of Providence and special thanks to Councilwoman Anna Sousa, a veteran staff nurse at RIH, who advocated for the … more
Christmas arrived early to our home, as eight great helpful Seekonk High School students and Lacrosse coach, Zach Giorgis appeared, rakes, barrels, tarps, leaf blowers in hand, they had all … more
So, I’m in the Wampanoag Mall Stop&Shop the other day, and I’m walking around, looking for a leash for my son’s dog and some treats for same. Minding my business, as they say. I get to that … more
Whether or not the following story is true I cannot say for certain, but here is what I heard regarding this curious tale...It was the autumn of 1880, in a town known as Seekonk, in the southeastern … more
One of the great natural resources of the Town of Rehoboth is the Palmer River, and of course, its watershed. The term, "watershed", is intended to define that area of the land surface that collects … more
The family of the late Robert McKenna would like to thank everyone who came out to donate blood in his memory back in January. In addition, we would like to thank the administration at Seekonk High … more
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