March 28, 2017
Police & Fire
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At the Selectmen's meeting on Monday January 9th, the Rehoboth Fire Department recognized Eagle Scout Ryan Johnson. Johnson, a Rehoboth resident and 2016 graduate of DR High School has been a member … more
The Rehoboth Fire Department began issuing permits for open burning during hours of 9am to 12pm on December 22, 2016. Burning season will begin January 15, 2017 and run through May 1, 2017. Please be … more
East Providence resident Lt. Roberto "Bob" DaSilva of the Pawtucket Police Department was promoted to Captain by the City of Pawtucket. DaSilva is a former State Representative from East Providence … more
Dear Town Residents, We the members of your Rehoboth Police Department thru our respective labor organizations, MassCop Local #208 representing our Patrol Officers and MassCop Local #209 … more
Representative … more
The City of East Providence recruitment process for new firefighters is open through August 31, 2016. Starting Annual Salary is $50,247.51 (as of November 1, 2015). Return all completed paperwork to … more
On June 21st at approx. 11:55pm I collapsed at home unable to move my left side. I dialed 911 but was unable to speak. I had to communicate by answering her with numbers, waiting for a signal from my … more
The East Providence Police received the results of a police community relations evaluation, recently completed by Salve Regina University. Police Chief Christopher Parella released the survey results … more
By Bob Rodericks "He wasn't interested in big promotions, he was an old-fashioned customer service cop and we're all sad to see him go." Those are the words of East Providence Chief of Police, … more
Seekonk Police Chief Craig A. Mace visited Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School on Thursday, January 22, to pick up an oak podium built by students in the Carpentry Program. Jake … more
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