April 3, 2020
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Ryan Gorham needs another kidney transplant. Gorham, a 2008 East Providence High School graduate, has suffered from polycystic kidney disease since birth. Through the years, the now 31 year old … more
A new era of Townie football begins as the East Providence High School Athletic Department announced the hiring of Jon Stringfellow as head coach. In a March 24th press release EPHS Athletic Director … more
The East Providence High School boys basketball program continues to receive accolades in a shortened season due to the Covid-19 pandemic gripping the world. Once the season had been officially … more
US Congressman David Cicilline released a statement in which he describes information for those who may be losing health coverage if losing a job. “This is a stressful time for all of us. My … more
Governor Gina Raimondo and RI Health Department Director Dr. Scott strongly urge all Rhode Islanders to stay home this weekend if possible. Raimondo states that all the data and information suggest … more
Here’s what a couple of Seekonk students are up to while living the Quarantine Life.  They sent this out to Seekonk Public Schools on Twitter hoping to get a response from their … more
Angels’ Care Closet, Inc. with its storefront at 2 Olney Street, Unit 28b in Seekonk, MA, would like to thank FASTSIGNS at 128 Highland Ave of Seekonk, MA for its donation of a beautiful new … more
Seekonk resident, Rachel Haddad, participates in the Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk presented by Hyundai as a way to give back to the organization that gave her so much. In 2010, Rachel was … more
East Providence High School football head coach Jay Monteiro is retiring as football coach. He will stay remain as an EPHS teacher. Monteiro has coached football at many levels. A former head coach … more
As expected, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League has ended any further play for those schools remaining in playoffs. The East Providence boys basketball team is one of those teams. After spanking … more
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