February 28, 2021
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East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence is celebrating Black History Month, a month that first began as Negro History Week and over time has been celebrated by many as a time to … more
“2nd Sunday” Spring Open House: March 14, April 11, May 91pm - 3:30 pmJohn Hunt Museum - 65 Hunts Mills Road - 02916The Historical Society is open again for tours of the grounds and … more
Curbside food distribution has continued all winter long at Doorways. We are grateful for the many supporters who provide the resources to keep the food flowing. God bless you all! more
People’s Credit Union is pleased to announce a $10,000 donation to the East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) in support of the Newport Family and Child Opportunity Zone (NFCOZ). NFCOZ is a … more
State House – Rep. Jason Knight has introduced a number of bills aimed at addressing injustices within Rhode Island’s criminal justice system.Representative Knight, who serves on the … more
The family of the late Robert McKenna would like to thank everyone who came out to donate blood in his memory back in January. In addition, we would like to thank the administration at Seekonk High … more
As a longtime resident of Rehoboth I have always been concerned about the individuals who seek to represent our interests. There has always been, thankfully residents who are willing to step up and … more
February 25, 2021 Michael Healy Bio Mike Healy’s candidacy for the Board of Selectman comes with being rooted in the Seekonk community. Mike has been a lifelong resident of Seekonk for over … more
Laura Schwall has been serving the Town of Rehoboth in the capacity as Town Clerk since 2013. During this time she has weathered pandemics, fiscal crises, wildly changing election rules, and … more
February 19, 2021 On February 10, 2021 former Seekonk Fire Chief Michael Healy, officially put his name into the race for the Seekonk Board of Selectmen at the upcoming annual town election on … more
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