July 4, 2022
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Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted to support legislation that will give patients more of a say in pursuing a specific course of medical treatment … more
After a long absence, a clambake might be held at Francis Farm again.The Town Events Committee plans to hold the event on August 20.“Now that some of the town offices have moved here, … more
“2nd Sunday” Summer Open Houses : July 10, Aug. 141pm - 3:30 pmDing, Ding, Ding Goes The TrolleyHikes at Hunt’s : 1:30 at the GazeboFamily Games: 1 - 3PMRumford Junction Band : 1:30 … more
I want to publicly thank the members of the CRMC Study Commission for their thoughtful, deliberative work reviewing and assessing the Coastal Resource Management Council. This diverse group of … more
State House – Rep. June S. Speakman has received the 2022 Rhode Island Smart Growth Award from Grow Smart RI. The award honors contributions to shaping stronger, more sustainable and socially … more
Hannah Baldassi is a runner. She is a member of the Seekonk High School cross-country team and has participated in charity road races for years. But when Covid turned all the road races into virtual … more
There has been an influx of kittens at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. They are boys and girls, tabbies, tuxedos, and more. Some are ready to be adopted now and some will be ready in a few weeks, once … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted to support a $10.9 billion infrastructure bond bill that provides funding for safety upgrades at the MBTA, the planning and … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence, together with the East Providence Public Library, will open the 2022 Weaver Library Farmers Market on Thursdays this summer beginning … more
Remembering all who served and are serving to establish freedom worldwide. Read the E. Prov. Military Service Honor Roll and tributes at https://sites.google.com/view/EPVMER2021  more
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