March 24, 2017
Town News
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Happy Spring! In addition to the hearty sprouts pushing their way up toward the sun, this new season ushers in three of the most important annual events for the Rehoboth Garden Club.First, we are … more
Monday, March 13th, John Ferriera Sr. & John Ferriera Jr. of J & J Material transported the cannon back to its final resting place along with the assets to upload and download the equipment. The … more
Presented by Rehoboth Minutemen April 23rd Sunday, 1-4 P.M. Gazebo area of Redway Plain Route # 44 corner of Bay State Road Rehoboth, Ma. Free Hear soldiers of the American Revolution, ages 60 to 16 … more
East Providence Cancellation Updates: No School: There will be NO RUBBISH COLLECTION on Tuesday, March 14th due to the snow. Tuesday's collection will be delayed until Wednesday resulting in a … more
SEEKONK — The town’s charter review committee will be moving forward after selectmen squabbled over a legal opinion.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
A Conversation With Paul Luba, Finance Adviser:In approximately six years the City of East Providence has boldly gone from financial bleakness to a coveted "AA" bond rating. The higher a … more
According to Mark Searles of Turn To Ten Weather, a big storm may be on its way for Tuesday:Temperatures will drop into the teens overnight as an arctic air mass sweeps back into southern New … more
REHOBOTH - The fourth annual Rehoboth-Seekonk Joint Rabies Clinic will be held 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 11 at the Seekonk Public Works Department garage on Route 44 and Lake Street.To read … more
State House — Putting a spotlight on the smart, driven women of Rhode Island, while celebrating the accomplishments of female firefighters and the superintendent of State Police, Sen. Donna M. … more
State House — Seeking to enhance Rhode Island’s ability to investigate and prosecute the crime of human trafficking, Sen. Cynthia A. Coyne (D-Dist. 32, Barrington, Bristol, East … more
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