June 15, 2024
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The big man At the Small parade Said "This!" He pointed often And said "This!" He pointed To the Horse and wagon. He pointed To the Paper dragon. He pointed To the High school band, Police car And … more
Several weeks ago, the Planning Board and the Waterfront Commission’s Design Review Committee (DRC) held meetings to consider Marshall Properties’ plans for the former Metacomet golf … more
The City of East Providence, like many other municipalities, faces a dire need for affordable housing. Each day my administration is presented with instances of young adults, seniors, veterans, and … more
Quiet realms Contain them. Untamed ones Need them too. Dancing like The gypsies. Nights with Moon in view. Hopes and dreams Are forming, Through every Tear and laugh. Worlds would Be desolate, … more
We, the family of the late Robert McKenna, would like to thank everyone who came out in January for the 11th Annual Blood Drive held in his memory. In addition, we truly appreciate the support of the … more
So many eyes Stare at the night. Sometimes stars Are in their sight. Sometimes darkness Is all that's shared. For night Tells us different stories, While we view Night's different glories. Thank you, … more
Clouds marched high Above the trees, In bold and Silent stride. Tree branches moved Below the clouds And tried to catch My eye. I kept watch Of the clouds As they … more
Some three and a half years ago, the founding mothers of Keep Metacomet Green came together with the mission of… keeping Metacomet green. Our group has grown from five to over 2,900 … more
When I returned to Rumford after years of living away, I discovered there existed a series of concerts in Rehoboth Massachusetts, sponsored by Arts in the Village. Liking a smaller venue, I explored … more
Seasons peek Around the corner And see The prior one Turn away. Each knows When it Is coming And when It cannot stay. They may Take a few steps Side by side. Before the one That is to leave, Turns … more
Self-care is deeply personal. The self-care methods that work for your friends or your partner might not work for you – and sometimes, you have to look beyond popular self-care tips to find … more
CMA Restorations hosted another successful Car Show Charity Event on Sunday, October 8, 2023, raising $5,000 for the benefit of the Rhode Island Young Marines, a National Non-profit 501c(3) … more
Line up! After their mother The goslings go. On land, Or where The water's slow. They'll grow And remain In line. Migrating southward, Right on time. more
Did you know that if you are driving in an EP school zone, and the yellow lights are NOT flashing, then you can obey the regular speed limit? I ask because when I'm driving on Pawtucket Avenue, in … more
During my time in office, I have witnessed numerous capital projects go from initial concept and planning, to funding, bidding, permitting, construction and completion. These processes often take … more
A total of $6,000 was raised during the East Providence Athletic Club’s 26th Annual John Chalmers Charity Golf Tournament. The event, which was held at Triggs Memorial Golf Course, benefits the … more
September is School Attendance Awareness Month and improving attendance is one of the key goals of the Learn365RI initiative. With that in mind, I am asking parents to make sure their children come … more
The Providence Journal (Saturday, July 23) contained a letter to the editor from Warren-based sailor, Michael F. Geisser, who opined that the submerged historically-significant resources on the … more
The diamonds In a Jewelry store Can't match The free ones Seen from shore. Sun sends This lake Shimmering tones. Diamonds of light. Water adorned. Don Gardner Seekonk more
Dear public: I am responding to Richard Ferreira’s article posted in your last issue of the reporter. As a volunteer and new treasurer for the semi-private and public course now a non-profit, … more
The diamonds In a jewelry store Can't match The free ones Seen from shore. Sun sends This lake Shimmering tones. Diamonds of light. Water adorned. Don Gardner Seekonk, MA more
The East Providence City Council is supporting making the city a viable place to live and do business. Great, but this attitude needs more than rhetoric. It needs branding and visible signage … more
From 1997-2002, I worked as a volunteer at the East Providence Animal Shelter. In 1999, I became the director of volunteers, relieving the former director after over 20 years of dedicated service to … more
The tide Pond shrinks, The Tide Pond grows. There's nothing That the Tide pond Knows. But still It does Keep time With tides, Lower this dock, Then make It … more
I have lived on Campbell Ave since 1977. Prior to this, my family lived on the same block (on RWA) from 1965-1975 . . . . .Hence, I am VERY familiar with this area. The increase in traffic on … more
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