September 19, 2017
Town News
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Ward Four councilman Brian Faria has released a response to Ward Three Joe Botelho's statements regarding a Youtube posting purporting to have Mayor JIm Briden making comments about EP teacher … more
"If one wanted to insinuate, we could refer to Councilman Botehlo's latest press release as the ultimate attempt of a spin". It's dramatic and fantastical, which I'm not at all surprised by, but I've … more
Seekonk Save A Pet would like to thank Tyler and Adam of R-L Prints Photography for their generous donation to Seekonk Save A Pet to benefit our homeless pets at the Seekonk Animal Shelter. They have … more
Did Mayor Jim Briden Castigate EP Teachers and Councilman Bob Britto? By Bob Rodericks “A treason against the taxpayers,” is what councilman Joe Botelho is calling the latest events … more
"It was an amicable positive process" - Joel Monteiro. During the City Council meeting of August 24th, the council unanimously approved a new contract for East Providence teachers. The new … more
REHOBOTH — Police will be increasing patrols to target drivers impaired by alcohol and marijuana thanks to a state grant.To read more by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
REHOBOTH — Selectmen have approved a conservation restriction on property located on Perryville Road.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
A breakfast in celebration of National Feral Cat Day is planned by the Rehoboth Animal Advocates for October 14th from 8 to 11:00am. It will be held at the Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center, 55 Bay … more
Do you have a program or project in need of funding? We would like to help. The Rehoboth Cultural Council, an arm of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, announces the opening of the 2018 grant cycle. … more
Members of the Board of Selectmen (BOS) along with the Seekonk Energy Committee are working to have Seekonk designated as a “Green Community” by the state of Massachusetts. Designation as a Green … more
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