January 21, 2018
Town News
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Hello All ~ Happy New Year ~ I wish you a safe, healthy, happy, peaceful, and prosperous new year. I also hope you all had a wonderful holiday season with family and friends. By now you should have … more
The Town Clerk’s office wishes everyone a healthy, happy, and prosperous New Year! We also hope everyone had a wonder Holiday Season, with family and friends. The 2018 Annual Street … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society’s Carpenter Museum has received a $5,000 grant from the Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation to continue out educational initiative, “Farm-Fresh … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society’s Carpenter Museum is excited to announce the opening of our new research and genealogy center. The Research Center combines the genealogical and historical … more
Ward 2 Councilwoman, Anna Sousa organized several donations last month in which community residents benefited at Christmas time. Sousa released a statement thanking those who helped:"The Holidays are … more
City Human Resource Director Resigns - Gets $575,000 Settlement(City Council did not want to settle case. However, insurance company settled)East Providence HR Director, Kathleen Waterbury has … more
Shock and disbelief rolled through all of East Providence and elsewhere as word emerged that Kevin Robinson or, K-Rob, as he was known to thousands, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, December 9, … more
Former correctional officer and current Bristol Police Officer, Ricardo Mourato, has announced his intentions to seek the Ward 4 City Council seat now held by Brian Faria. "As a long time Riverside … more
The side effects from City Human Resource Director Kathleen Waterbury's resignation and her $575,000 harassment lawsuit settlement against East Providence was evident at Wednesday's January 3rd city … more
At this time the Town of Seekonk’s Public Safety Departments are working in conjunction with the Seekonk Department of Public Works, Seekonk Board of Health and Seekonk School District to … more
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