July 7, 2020
Town News
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I am writing to respectfully ask that you remember to vote for Adam Petronio as your Selectman on June 30th at the Annual town election.  This year’s election has been significantly … more
With everything that is going on right now in the world and all of the uncertainties ahead it seems strange to focus on politics but, we do have an election on June 30th in which we will have to … more
Those of us that felt it was important enough to attend our town meetings last year, some at great effort due to age or other hardship and feel our right to vote the second most important privilege … more
Hello Seekonk!!  I’m running for re-election and I’m respectfully asking for your vote. In 7 1/2 years I’ve been fair, consistent and respectful on our board. I may of not … more
Who is Sandra Escaler? For starters she is a mother of 3, a wife to a life-long Seekonk resident, and a member of the community. Born in Terceira, Acores, raised in Pawtucket since the age of 2, … more
EAST PROVIDENCE, RI – East Providence residents will see a slight tax increase in their tax bills this year, a direct result of the budget set in November 2019. Residents are slated to receive … more
The global pandemic has canceled all traditional senior class activities such as prom, award banquets, concerts and the 2020 graduation itself.  Diplomas and academic & athletic awards have … more
City Council Actions Last Month Council Holds Off on Immediate Hiring/Spending FreezeA suggestion by councilman at-large Bob Rodericks to enact a temporary hiring and spending freeze on all … more
East Providence, RI – In an effort to bring varying racial and ethnic backgrounds with differing views together, Mayor Bob DaSilva has created the Mayor’s Community Advisory Board. … more
East Providence Police Chief William Nebus has reported that the city lived through its first ever curfew in recent memory with "no incidents." Mayor Bob DaSilva and Chief Nebus announced a citywide … more
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