December 7, 2019
Town News
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Voters at the November 18 town meeting will be asked to appropriate $1.4 million for renovations of the unused space in the Seekonk senior center at 540 Arcade Avenue. The first floor is used for the … more
The budget for the Fiscal Year of 2019-2020 has been finalized for the City of East Providence. Both myself and my fellow councilors came upon this budget season with a duty to the people we have … more
Starting in 1957, over two miles of buildings were moved or demolished. Two years later, finishing touches were still being made when it was decided to open the freeway before the December holiday … more
An effort is being made to not let citizens of E. Prov. who served in all military events be forgotten. The public is invited to submit names of veterans and members of the armed forces for an Honor … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen are urging the members of the Dighton-Rehoboth school committee to drop their fight for additional school funding and to respect the will of the … more
Department of Public Works/Refuse & Recycling Division, announces that the Forbes Street Compost Site will be open to residents on the following daysfrom 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. November 2, 9, 16, 23 … more
A complaint filed with the state’s Office of Campaign and Political Financealleges that the members of Save Our Schools, the advocacy organization for the Dighton-Rehoboth regional school … more
The November 2 district-wide meeting was cancelled at the last minute due to an incorrectly worded warrant, according to Rehoboth selectmen chairman Gerry Schwall. An e-mail sent out on Friday … more
We at Save Our Schools would like to make it clear that the claims against us in this article hold no standing.This is just another attempt by Finance Committee Chairman Mike Deignan to ostracize any … more
Rehoboth town officials and the Dighton-Rehoboth school committee have lashed out at each other following Tuesday’s special town meeting. Voters once again rejected the 2020 budget despite a … more
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