December 3, 2020
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East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence Dept. of Public Works (DPW) has launched a new mattress pickup and drop-off program. Beginning Monday, Sept. 28, 2020, the DPW Refuse and … more
Boston – State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) has successfully maintained a perfect voting record for the 2019-2020 legislative session, participating in all 267 roll call votes … more
Longtime Seekonk resident Nancy Messinger died in March 2020, but she will be well remembered for her lifelong work to preserve the natural beauty of Seekonk and the habitat of its wildlife. As a … more
Meet Clarence. This sweet tiger kitty is approximately 3 years old and is available for adoption. Sadly, his mom passed away and his dad cannot care for him. He is an adorable crossed eyed, neutered … more
The Veterans Service Officer continues to provide transportation for our Rehoboth Veterans and has taken all safety measures for Covid-19 and put them in place to protect our Veterans and Drivers. If … more
East Providence, RI – Mayor Bob DaSilva today signed a newly revamped group of ordinances that will ultimately improve East Providence’s sanitation program. The ordinances, introduced by … more
East Providence, RI – On Friday, Sept. 11 a city of East Providence employee saw a coyote on the property of the WHJY building/Eastern Avenue area acting strangely. Animal Control was … more
Doorways Food Pantry continues to distribute thousands of dollars of groceries on a twice-a-month basis to needy Seekonk households. The increased need across the state has caused the Greater Boston … more
Cats and kittens have been coming and going at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. One really sweet young adult cat is Mocha. She is a petite black female with an impressively loud purr, very fond of … more
East Providence, RI – East Providence Library Director Michael Carlozzi has stepped down from his role as of August 21, 2020. Carlozzi, who served as director from August 2018 through August … more
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