December 6, 2019
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Boston – The House of Representatives has approved legislation that will soon mandate hands-free cell phone use while driving in Massachusetts.House Bill 4203, An Act requiring the hands-free … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt R-Seekonk recently joined with his House colleagues to approve legislation designed to expand student access to school breakfast in low-income … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen are holding the Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee responsible for the impending state takeover of the school district on December 1. In a November 13 letter to the … more
$200,000 was appropriated for a new athletic field at Seekonk High School by voters at last Monday’s town meeting.“I am grateful that the town approved this first step,” said School … more
East Providence, RI – The city of East Providence has named Glenn J. Quick as Chief of the East Providence Fire Department effective Nov. 18, 2019. After a recommendation by a panel of fire … more
Seekonk’s interim Police Chief David Enos is in charge of a department which has undergone many changes. Enos, 48, was named Deputy Chief by the Board of Selectmen last March. Following former … more
For the past three years the East Providence Community was able to spread our holiday cheer to our well deserving Veterans at the RI Veterans Home in Bristol as well as local nursing homes. With the … more
East Providence, RI – Mayor Bob DaSilva has created a newly formed board dedicated to advising and consulting the mayor on how to best maximize the city’s ability to improve the lives of … more
There has been something of an influx of kittens this month. From Summer Street, we have a little calico, Fall, and her two brothers, Winter (grey tiger) and Spring (grey and white). They were born … more
Supporters of the Seekonk Senior Center got a boost from Monday’s town meeting vote, which approved $1.4 million for an expansion of the facility. The money will be used for renovations of the … more
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