November 16, 2018
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On November 9, students at Riverside Middle School had an opportunity to learn about the contributions of U.S. Armed Service Veterans during a special program in the RMS auditorium and outside at the … more
Prepared by Chef Chico Charbonneau & Chef Matt GeislerSaturday, January 26, 2019 (*Snow Date: February 2, 2019)Serving 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.Hurrell Senior Center, 55 Bay State Road (Rt. … more
On Sat. Nov. 10th Members of the Rehoboth Fire Department visited the over 55 community of Horton Estates to change batteries and some smoke detectors for the residents. As not everyone could be home … more
Everyone has a favorite holiday story. The Friends of the East Providence Public Library have put together a wide selection of gently used holiday-themed items to kick off the season – … more
State House – Rep. Gregg Amore (D-Dist. 65, East Providence) is requesting that the issues brought forth by the House Commission to Study Sexual Harassment in the Workplace be heard in … more
HOLIDAY DECORATION CONTEST: See Photo Above for Info... East Providence City Hall Thanksgiving Food Collection Councilwoman Anna Sousa, will be hosting a Thanksgiving food drive with … more
I’m writing to say THANK YOU for helping to make a dream come true… a new East Providence High School!On Tuesday, the voters of East Providence overwhelming approved Question 4 to … more
Providence – At its Annual Meeting, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank awarded its 2018 Loni McGrath Community Garden Award to the East Bay Food Pantry in Bristol. On hand to receive the … more
The Seekonk Lions Club continues donating money to local charities generated from their world famous clam boils. And at the October 25th boil, King Lion Dana Haberlein presented a $1000 check to … more
Since Steve Martin retired as coordinator of the Rehoboth “Helping Hands” Food Pantry a little more than a year ago, a lot has been happening at the Food Pantry. A 12-member board of … more
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