October 25, 2020
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March 11 Boston Flower Show April 1 Foxwoods April 15 Newport Playhouse/Cabaret/Buffett Lunch May 14 Vanderbilts and The Women's Vote 100 years. Special day with tours. Lunch and … more
While the Land Trust provides excellent habitat for our native birds, your yard can also provide valuable habitat.Soon it will be spring and many of our local birds will be starting to nest. They … more
I also endorse Lydia Cordeiro for the vacant one year seat of The Seekonk Board of Water Commissioners. She is the only candidate who has taken the time and effort to attend several of our recent … more
Elections are painful for everyone including candidates. Please vote for Florice Craig for Town Clerk. She is a proven professional who is nonpolitical and gets the job done accurately and properly. … more
Town Administrator Shawn Cadime said the candidates for Police and Fire Chief would be presented to the board of selectmen sometime in late March or April.The town has retained the services of a … more
Angels’ Care Closet Inc. of Seekonk, MA hosted a snack drive from January - February to collect snacks and take-home food for local low-income students. We distributed donations to several … more
East Providence residents who are high school seniors or who are undergraduates in an accredited college, community college, technical or vocational school are eligible to apply for a scholarship … more
Police cruisers are stationed near the school zone and spend a lot of time writing tickets. Selectman Michael Costello, who also serves as Highway Superintendent, believes a camera will be more … more
Members of the Rehoboth Police Department gathered Tuesday at the Council on Aging to honor Patrolman Jason Ferreira, who was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.Police Chief James Trombetta said … more
State House – Sen. Valarie J. Lawson (D-Dist. 14, East Providence) has introduced legislation (2020-S 2183) that would require all public schools to provide feminine hygiene products at no … more
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