October 22, 2018
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All 5 East Providence Junior Townie Cheer Squad teams placed first (State Champions) in their division for the Blackstone Valley Youth Football and Cheerleading Cheer Competition on Saturday October … more
As the 2018 race season comes to a close for Rehoboth residents AJ and Alicia Gouveia, the brother and sister junior dragster team have seen a lot of the winner’s circle. AJ, in his third season … more
Originally, Veterans Day was called “Armistice Day,” and the date was chosen to commemorate the signing of the armistice with Germany that ended hostilities during World War I. The … more
Hennessey students and staff are partnering with Hasbro on the Be Fearless Be Kind initiative this year. This initiative is a program that empowers students to include others and stand up for others. … more
Berea, OH - Andrew Faria of East Providence (02914) was among nearly 600 first-year students welcomed to the Baldwin Wallace University campus this fall who claimed $7.7 million in merit … more
The East Bay Foster Grandparent Program is actively recruiting community members 55 years of age or older to serve as volunteer Foster Grandparents in their communities. The heart of the program is … more
Two weeks before the big parade Butch Bliss of Attleboro / Rehoboth Building Supply Company came to the aid of Hornbine School They supplied us with a beautiful flatbed truck for our float. They … more
The Rhode Island State Grange recently held their 132nd Annual Convention at the Radisson Hotel on 2081 Post Road in Warwick near T.F. Green Airport.The special guest for this event was Betsy Huber, … more
Jillian Escobar, age 11 of Seekonk, is one of a select group of young people to win a Boston Bruins prize for her participation in Seekonk Public Library's summer reading program. A random drawing … more
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