October 18, 2018
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My Name is Doug Metz. I am an OWNER of a townhouse in greenbrier village Condo complex in Seekonk have owned my townhouse since September of 2009. As you are probably aware the Developer ( Mr. … more
Veteran's Cemetery The march of timeHas left them here.All stand in lineAll free from fear.At ease they'veLet go of their guns.They don't advanceAnd they don't run.Their Wars on landAnd in their … more
I am voting for Senator Paul Feeney on Nov. 6th because he listens to his constituents, advocates on our behalf and delivers for our district. Senator Feeney has held dozens of Office Hours … more
I was there, as were many of you, in 1984 when Superintendent of Schools Myron J. Francis instituted the first Townie Pride parade. It was held during the centennial celebration of East Providence … more
Across the nation women are fighting for a right to their reproductive health services and facing economic injustices including unfair living wages, education, and political structure. As … more
As a former State Representative serving the towns of Rehoboth, Norton and Seekonk, I have an intimate understanding of the expertise, passion and know- how necessary to successfully advocate for our … more
Day after day we read about the continued benefits Senator Paul Feeney brings to the Bristol & Norfolk district. One accomplishment in particular is the support Paul Feeney has given to … more
The fundamental crisis in America today is neither political nor economic nor environmental. It is the problem of our human brokenness. Indeed, many of the issues we identify as problems – … more
Dear Resident,As the result of a negotiated resolution of a contract claim by Public Power, LLC, the electric supplier for the Community Electricity Aggregation Program, the price paid by … more
I had the pleasure of being a candidate for county office. While the voting results were not what we had hoped for, I am proud of the work my campaign staff and I did together. Having spoken to … more
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