December 2, 2023
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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
Thank you, Glen Longstreet for your “Letter to the Editor” of the Rehoboth Reporter dated last month (September 2023). We, at the Carpenter Museum appreciate your interest in collecting … more
“You’ll die with this debt.” That’s the lie my husband and I were told. And it’s the lie that so many Americans with staggering amounts of student loan debt have come to … 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
It’s another rainy day. I should use my time productively by tidying up around here, maybe setting aside the books to donate to the Blanding Library’s used book sale, coming up Oct. 6-8. … more
The following statement is a response to the allegations by the three women that appeared in "Community Speaks" section of the Seekonk Select Board's August 16, 2023, meeting. Seekonk Cable Access … more
I grew up in the village in the cottage behind the Old Post Office. My Grandfather, Carl Swanson, was the Postmaster for many years. I frequently do Google Maps flyovers to see how things have … more
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