December 19, 2018
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*Hall rentals for members and non-members *All you can Eat Breakfast, every 2ndSunday of every odd month (except Mother’s Day—May 19)For Only $8.00! 8 - 10:30 AM *Monthly Meat … more
ARREST HAS NOW BEEN MADE: more
Bill Dalpe, President of the Board of Directors at the Rehoboth Food Pantry, provided 3rd grade Girl Scout Troop 628 a tour of the Food Pantry and answered their many questions about how the Food … more
Hello All ~ I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends. I wish you all a wonderful and safe holiday season. 11-6-2018 Gubernatorial ElectionThe Gubernatorial Election had … more
Town Planner Resigns after Three Months Town Planner and Conservation Agent Andrew Poyant has resigned, according to an article in the Sun Chronicle. He served in the position for three months. … more
EP Police Detective Lt. Raymond Blinn issued a press release announcing the arrest of an arson suspect for a fire going back to 2016. "The East Providence Police Department, in cooperation with … more
Bristol District — State Senator Paul R. Feeney will be holding Office Hours across The Bristol district in December. Senator Feeney’s Office Hours are open to all residents of the … more
East Providence Mayor-Elect Bob DaSilva announces the formation of a transition team to guide him as he prepares to move into his role as the city's first elected mayor. The transition team’s … more
Hi, We wanted to share this beautiful piece of art work on Route 44 in Rehoboth. It was created by Mike Higgins chainsaw artist. My husband had this made for me for my birthday in August and as a … more
REHOBOTH — Selectmen met with state officials this week to discuss a redesign of the busy intersection of routes 44 and 118 that has been the site of numerous crashes.To read more by The … more
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