January 18, 2022
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Communities in Bristol County continue to see soaring rates of Covid, with a rash of new infections due to the highly contagious Omicron variant. According to the Massachusetts Department of … more
Worcester, MA -- A total of 1,375 students were named to College of the Holy Cross' Dean's List for outstanding academic achievement during the fall semester of the 2021-22 academic year. The … more
It’s encouraging to see the candidates for governor paying attention to the work of the Coastal Resources Management Council Study Commission and voicing concern about the CRMC. The future of … more
Longtime Selectmen Chairman Skip Vadnais is running for another term on the board. Vadnais told the Reporter he wants to continue the development of the new Council on Aging and other buildings at … more
Seekonk has been hit hard by the pandemic, with a soaring rate of new infections due to the Omicron variant. According to the Massachusetts Department of Health, the town reported a daily … more
East Providence, RI – A new testing site will open in East Providence. Gov. Dan McKee announced on Monday that the state will open a walk-through rapid test site with 260 daily appointments at … more
State House – Rep. Raymond A. Hull, Chairman of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. State Holiday Commission, has announced the cancelation of this year’s annual celebration of the life, and … more
The annual ringing in of the New Year is always a cause for celebration. It’s a time to raise a glass and toast to friends and family that are with us and remembering those who have passed. … more
Hello All ~ Happy New Year ~ I wish you all a safe, HEALTHY, happy, peaceful, and prosperous New Year.  By now you should have received your 2022 Annual Census forms.  If you did not … more
Council in Pump Station AgreementThe City Council authorized the Mayor to enter into the Pawtucket Avenue Pump Station Transfer Agreement in a long standing effort to provide East Providence with a … more
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