March 24, 2017
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DO YOU WANT TO VOTE BUT AREN’T REGISTERED? DEADLINE FOR VOTER REGISTRATION: Weaver Library, 41 Grove Ave. Saturday, March 24, 2012. The hours are from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Deadline for … more
Attention East Providence Businesses! by Bob Rodericks The City is looking for local businesses that are actively utilizing or are in the process of developing "green technology" as a means of … more
From the East Providence Police for general information. No immediate threat exists... The East Providence Police Department is releasing the following information pursuant to RI General Laws … more
By Bob Rodericks Letter from Senator DeVall: To the citizens of East Providence, Senate District 18: I have been very proud to serve the city of East Providence for the last four years as … more
Mayor Rogers - "You convinced me, I will fight to reverse!" By Bob Rodericks After hearing hours of testimony from middle and high school students and their parents, Mayor Bruce Rogers … more
EP Middle School Sports Fans Protest By Bob Rodericks They came in all ages, sizes and backgrounds...keeping their promise from hours earlier. Dozens of students and parents began lining up … more
Advocates for Middle School Sports Organize By Bob Rodericks The site was the Comedy Connection on Warren Avenue complete with a stage and blue lights and a class for prospective comedians … more
The Newman Y hosted Seekonk's 200th Birthday Party on February 12th. Many turned out to celebrate the town's Bicentennial. more
Seekonk residents reviewed 18 articles at the Fall Town Meeting on November 28, approving $100,000 for the animal shelter and $72,000 for technology in the schools and postponing a decision on … more
Townies showed true PRIDE at the Pierce Field parade on Friday, November 4, 2011. photos by Norm Spring more
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