May 12, 2021
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Rehoboth will be getting a new Council on Aging and a new Town Hall. Voters at Tuesday’s town meeting approved the purchase of Francis Farm at a cost of $2.8 million. The senior center will be … more
The Spring Town Meeting will now be held on May 22nd. Town Moderator Peter Hoogerzeil made a brief announcement at 7:15 pm Monday. “Due to Covid-19 restrictions and the inability for us to seat … more
The East Providence Recreation Department will be planning a trip to PPAC to see the musical "Hamilton" on December 7. Reservations will begin on May 28th starting at 8:30 AM. Only 2 tickets will be … more
State House – Saying Rhode Island needs long-term solutions to solve its housing crisis, Sen. Meghan E. Kallman and Rep. June S. Speakman are calling for passage of their legislation … more
For a mariner, the voyage home is often long and arduous. So, too, was the journey of the soul of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse, now returned home.A lighthouse’s Fresnel (fray-NEL) lens is sometimes … more
State House — Rep. John G. Edwards (D-Dist. 70, Tiverton, Portsmouth), the Majority Floor Manager of the House of Representatives, has introduced several bills that address ongoing issues … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence has announced that its Public Safety traffic camera program will begin in the coming weeks. Each year, too many families are impacted by … more
After falling into disrepair, a group of volunteers teamed up to refurbish a memorial to two Rehoboth veterans. In 2011, Rehoboth Pop Warner Football and Little League designated their complex: … more
Hello All ~ Happy May! – The Spring flowers are here, birds are back, and the leaves have popped ~ yippee!  If it is May, it must be Tax Day . . .  as a reminder, quarterly taxes were … more
May is a beautiful time of the year in New England. It also great time of the year to get out and explore all the many walking trails we have in Seekonk.  Here is a list of a few trails to … more
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