May 25, 2018
Town News
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REHOBOTH — Residents will head back to the polls in July to vote on an override of Proposition 2 1/2, following Monday’s town meeting approval of a Dighton-Rehoboth Regional school budget … more
The East Providence Arts Council is now accepting submissions for our 4th annual arts festival-The Looff, winner of the 2018 ProJo's Reader's Choice Award for Best Festival and Best Local event.The … more
State House – When temperatures plunged to the single digits this January, many Rhode Islanders waited days for heating oil deliveries as oil companies struggled to keep up with the demand.On … more
It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing I will not be seeking re-election for the District 64 seat. I am honored to have had the opportunity to represent the residents of East Providence both … more
The Hornbine School Association would like to invite all Rehoboth residents and other interested individuals to our open houses held each second and fourth Sunday from 2-4 p.m. during June, July, … more
Paul Lemont, a 1958 graduate of East Providence High School, passed away on May 20, 2018 after an illness. Lemont, a long time former City Manager, was first hired in 1989 after a successful … more
Sadie is a 6 year old short haired, grey and white, full figured gal! She is double pawed and declawed. She is spayed and up to date on vaccines. Sadie is with us because her owner became ill and … more
State House – Rep. Katherine S. Kazarian (D-Dist. 63, East Providence) is advocating for legislation (2018-H 7646) she sponsored that would authorize an innkeeper to remove any guest who is a … more
There are two adoptable cats at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter right now. Ed is a beautiful orange neutered male cat, about two years old. He is not sure how he feels about living indoors and might make … more
Boston – The House of Representatives has approved a multi-million dollar bond bill to support the expansion of the state’s life sciences industry, passing House Bill 4501 on a vote of … more
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