May 29, 2017
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The Bread of Life Food Pantry would like to thank all East Providence residents and all East Providence mail carriers who were involved in this year’s National Association of Letter Carriers … more
Rehoboth Ambulance is running a CPR class at the Blanding Library.All ages are welcome.Class will be held on Thursday June 15th or July 20th or August 24th.Any one of the days from 5pm to … more
My name is Aidan Morrison and I am a Boy Scout from Troop 1 Seekonk. From now until June 9th, I will be running a collection of toiletries that will benefit Doorways, a food pantry here in Seekonk. … more
The Rehoboth Animal Shelter is happy to report that both Pearl and Mad Max have found happy homes, but there is a new cat waiting for an equally good result. We don't know how Smoke ended up homeless … more
Johnston, R.I. (May 12, 2017) – Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) is pleased announce the launch of a new, redesigned version of its website, Built … more
State House – Sen. Walter S. Felag, Jr.’s (D-Dist. 10, Warren, Bristol, Tiverton) legislation (2017-S 0477) that would create the Rhode Island Livable Home Tax Credit was heard before the … more
State House — The State Senate has passed legislation introduced by Sen. William J. Conley Jr. (D-Dist. 18, East Providence, Pawtucket) that would expand the successful Renewable Energy Growth … more
State House – Rep. Katherine S. Kazarian (D-Dist. 63, East Providence) has introduced legislation (2017-H 5345) that would allow only peace officers and persons approved by school authorities … more
SEEKONK — Selectmen were criticized this past week for not letting voters decide on a “Green Communities” designation.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
REHOBOTH — Voters at Monday’s town meeting will be asked to approve a $26 million budget for the next fiscal year.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
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