December 3, 2020
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Doorways Food Pantry has been operating in high gear in recent weeks. Social distancing has necessitated a shift to curbside “pop your trunk” food distribution, but the food pantry has … more
There are several dogs, cats, and kittens at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter awaiting suitable homes. Chelsea is a young hound, sweet and a bit timid but eager to please. Princess is a lovely calico cat; … more
If you’re a local, then surely you’ve driven down Fall River Avenue, and perhaps you’ve noticed ~ or you should take notice of ~ The Edna Martin Wildlife Refuge located adjacent to … more
State House – Legislation sponsored by Sen. Cynthia A. Coyne and Rep. Patricia A. Serpa to prohibit the manufacturing, transfer, purchase or possessing of any plastic, fiberglass or 3-D printed … more
The city Planning Board met on June 24, 2020 and conducted a public hearing on the petition of Marshall Development LLC, to eventually allow for a mixed-use development for the use described as … more
The City of East Providence has released a statement introducing a first-ever dog park in the city. The park was introduced by Council President Robert Britto and unanimously approved by the Council, the ordinance enables the city to establish more
In November of 2018, East Providence voters overwhelmingly approved construction of a $189.5 million state of the art high school. The new EPHS will replace the near 70-year-old building on Pawtucket … more
It is recommended that the Town of Seekonk develop a Solar Energy Projectat the old landfill behind the American Legion to generate revenue for the town at no cost to the Seekonk taxpayers. After … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) said the House and Senate are working to finalize legislation that will provide for expanded voting options for all 2020 state and municipal … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) is pleased to announce the state is offering additional tax relief measures to restaurants that have been struggling during the COVID-19 … more
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