July 13, 2020
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State House – Rep. Gregg Amore, Chairman of the House Small Business Committee, is calling on the RI Commerce Corporation to work with Rhode Island’s small businesses impacted by COVID-19 … more
State House – The sponsors of legislation to protect access to birth control in Rhode Island railed against today’s Supreme Court decision allowing some employers to claim a religious or … more
State House – AARP have awarded their Capitol Caregiver Awards to several members of the Rhode Island General Assembly who were instrumental in passing legislation concerning caregivers during … more
Justin Sullivan was named as the new Chairman of the Seekonk Board of Selectmen Wednesday. Chris Zorra will serve as Vice-Chair and David Viera will serve as Clerk. “The next year is going … more
Rehoboth voters will be deciding whether or not to dissolve the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School Agreement at the Annual Town Meeting. Selectmen Chairman Skip Vadnais said the citizens’ … more
Hello All ~ Happy July!!  OH MY GOODNESS ~ WHAT AN ELECTION!!!!  As most of you already know, the April 7, 2020 Annual Town Election was postponed to Tuesday, June 30, 2020 due to the … more
Greetings from the Town Clerk’s officeSummer is officially here. The Town Clerk’s office hopes everyone had a fun and safe Fourth of July. I’m sure it was different this year with … more
Incumbent elected officials and some newcomers have declared for the upcoming September primary and November 2020 general elections.  Candidates had until June 24th to file intention to run for … more
New EPHS $2.8M under budget, on-timeThe East Providence School Committee accepted the recommendation of the building committee in late June, which sets the project Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) at … more
The Board of Selectmen plan to make changes to the intersection of Barney Avenue and Fall River Avenue (Route 6), which was the site of a horrific three car crash last month.“There are some … more
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