October 24, 2018
Letters
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I am happy to see a return to the old Rehoboth where people could disagree politically and not have to become mortal enemies because of their differences. The recently deposed Reform party became … more
I understand East Providence. I am a father, a brother, a son, a small businessman, a neighbor, a mentor, a citizen and a customer. I am like every person in this city. I am always ready to listen to … more
I BELIEVE THERE WAS AN EMERSON'S STEAKHOUSE BACK IN THE 70'S more
Progress Continues In Riverside! I'm delighted to announce the completion of the City's new storm water treatment feature at Sabin Point Park. This feature stops the direct pipe drainage into the Bay … more
Dear Editor:When discussing zoning decisions in East Providence, Cumberland Farms is a hot topic these days. However, in the Phillipsdale section of Rumford there is another zoning issue awaiting a … more
I would like to thank a good Samaritan on Newport Ave. East Providence he was driving a red mini van (young kid) the alerted me that my car was on fire under the engine !!! It happened so fast, he … more
I just have to Thank all the musicians that played for OUR FREE concerts for the residents of Rehoboth and their family and friends that took place at the gazebo. We had a variety of music from … more
Letter to the Editor: "The Lock Box Program has been a great success in our community. I wanted to reach out and share this program with others that may benefit from it. Police, fire and rescue … more
I am writing this letter to express my extreme gratitude and appreciation to the wonderful Beacon Hospice volunteers. Your compassion, dedication and unselfish acts of kindness during the most … 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
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