October 21, 2020
Police & Fire
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East Providence Police Chief William Nebus has reported that the city lived through its first ever curfew in recent memory with "no incidents." Mayor Bob DaSilva and Chief Nebus announced a citywide … more
Since 1993, the Friends of Townie Athletics Organization (FOTA), has been providing student-athletes of East Providence High School with scholarships, annual banquets, trophies and awards, … more
Thank you Rehoboth Fire Department and to Fire Station #1 for your local support to the Veterans Service Office of Rehoboth. The Veterans Service Office in 2016 took the lead in maintaining the flags … more
Members of the Rehoboth Police Department gathered Tuesday at the Council on Aging to honor Patrolman Jason Ferreira, who was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.Police Chief James Trombetta said … more
Tenderhearts from American Heritage Girls Troop MA3712 deliver homemade cookies to the Seekonk Police/Fire Station, showing their gratitude to the brave men and women who keep our towns safe! more
Mayor Bob DaSilva will sign the first ever executive order in the city’s history. The executive order will establish the Mayor’s Council on Veterans Affairs. WHO: • East Providence … more
The East Providence Hall of Fame Committee is accepting nominations for 2020 inductees. Nominations will be accepted through February 1, 2020. The East Providence High School Hall of Fame was … more
The 9-story Harborview Housing complex in Riverside, RI, lost all of its power on Friday, August 30th around 9 PM. An emergency generator provided power to the common areas, hallways and the … more
Rehoboth Police Officer Wetherell visited 1st Grade Daisy Girl Scout Troop 694 to help them earn their badge about respecting authority. Thank you to Officer Wetherell, and thank you to the entire … more
The City of East Providence and Police Department released a statement on Monday morning, 7/29/2019, in which they announced the arrest of a local man involving drugs, weapons and cash. The report … more
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