September 18, 2020
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The cause of the September 12 fire which decimated the Rehoboth Senior Center remains unknown. The $1.4 million facility at 55 Bay State Road was deemed a total loss. Only the front portico remains … more
Alan “Chubby” Adams, 68, of Riverside, passed away Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at Miriam Hospital. Born September 4, 1952, in Providence, he was a son of the late Alan and Anna Mae (Sullivan) … more
During the 2020-2021 school year, at least some instruction and school-related activities will be conducted by virtual, telephonic, or other means. The Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District … more
The Never-Ending Book Sale has resumed once again at Weaver and Riverside Libraries. The Friends of the East Providence Public Library stock the ongoing book sales at the libraries with gently used … more
Roger A. Houle, 86, of Seekonk, MA and formerly of Pawtucket, RI passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020 surrounded by his loving family.He was the husband of Lucille (Bolduc) Houle to whom he was … more
Donna L. Motta, 82, a Seekonk resident for almost 60 years, died September 14, 2020. Born to Giuseppe and Preziosa (Lorenza) Ricci of Riverside, she was the wife of Seekonk’s Joseph Motta Jr. … more
We are going through troublesome times right now, and the loss of our senior center has amplified the situation in which we find ourselves. Because of the COVID virus, we have not met as a group for … more
East Providence, RI – On Friday, Sept. 11 a city of East Providence employee saw a coyote on the property of the WHJY building/Eastern Avenue area acting strangely. Animal Control was … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen are working to find a new location to house the Council on Aging staff following Saturday’s devastating fire at the Senior Center. The $1.4 million facility at … more
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