May 29, 2017
Town News
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Stop & Shop employees present a check to the Doorways food pantry from proceeds of their “Food for Friends” campaign. Store patrons purchase a prepackaged box of food, which is donated directly … more
Doorways food pantry wishes to thank the parishioners of Our Lady of Mount Carmel church for their generosity in a recent parish food drive. The quantity of food donated was simply staggering – … more
Garvan is a handsome, short haired, black and white male cat who is approximately 3 - 4 years old. He is a large kitty who loves attention and really enjoys being pet and having his belly rubbed. At … more
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
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
Statement from State Representative Steven Howitt (R – Seekonk):“I am truly humbled by the outpouring of support for my candidacy for State Senator. Friend and colleague Senator Jim … more
If you didn’t know better, you might mistake John Pozzi, Jr.’s office at town hall for a utility closet. It’s that small. Yet it doesn’t seem to deter Seekonk’s new … more
The children of Twin Oaks Farm Learning Center, Inc. cherish their annual duty of replacing the flags at Stevens Cemetery on the graves of the soldiers who have given their lives for the children's … more
Volunteers reached a milestone in this year’s scholarship phone-a-thon. Scholarship Foundation of East Providence’s recent fundraiser topped their $100,000 goal. Thanks to the support of local … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt, R-Seekonk, joined with his House colleagues this week to support a Republican-sponsored proposal to raise the annual cap on the Conservation Land Tax … more
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