October 22, 2020
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The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen appointed Deborah Arruda as the interim Town Administrator.Arruda’s predecessor, Helen Dennen, retired in January after being out on medical leave for several … more
State House – Sen. Donna M. Nesselbush and Rep. Susan R. Donovan honored several “Doctors of Distinction” at the 2020 International Women’s Day celebration held at the State … more
Eight Acre Vacant Site Explored in RumfordA long vacant eight-acre site of land on heavily travelled Newport Avenue in Rumford is being considered for re-development to a mixed-use plan.  … more
Rehoboth- The Rehoboth Fire department has received a $6448.94 Washer-Extractor Equipment Grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) and the Department of Fire Services … more
East Providence, RI – East Providence Zoning Board of Review meeting scheduled for this evening (March 4, 2020) has been cancelled. WHO: • Michael Beauparlant• John Braga • … more
The Seekonk school department’s proposed 2021 budget is $29.5 million, a three percent increase over the current year’s budget. The public hearing on the budget was held on February … more
The City of East Providence released a statement on March 1, 2020 regarding the current situation in Rhode Island with the coronavirus. Mayor Bob DaSilva, Superintendent Katherine Crowley, Council … more
EAST PROVIDENCE, RI – City of East Providence leaders met to discuss Rhode Island Department of Health and Gov. Gina Raimondo’s press conference on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and plan … more
• Stability to government via department communication (executive staff meetings)• Attracting new development to the city (South Quay / Live Nation• Working with the School Department … more
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is announcing the state’s first presumptive positive case of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The person is in their 40s and had traveled to Italy … more
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