September 25, 2023
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The Seekonk Cultural Council has set an October 17th deadline for organizations, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community. According to Council … more
The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc. is a local public charity whose mission is to serve Rehoboth residents by providing Christmas gifts , holiday support, and special occasion needs to our Rehoboth … more
“2nd Sunday” Fall Open House :October 8 Exhibit: “East Providence’s Famous Amusement Parks” Hikes at Hunt’s : 1:30 at the Gazebo Family Games: 1 - 3PM … more
Town Administrator Shawn Cadime said the Seekonk Fire Department is well staffed. Cadime said Wednesday the department has a new Chief (Sandra Lowery), a new Secretary, and two new Captains. … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence has been awarded a U.S. Economic Development Administration (USEDA) Adjustment Assistant Program planning grant. East Providence has been … 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
The Seekonk Select Board voted to remove the dam at the former site of the Attleboro Dye Works, situated next to the former Attleboro Dyeing and Finishing site off Maple Avenue. “The dam … 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 Seekonk School Committee is considering what steps to take to address aging school buildings. Last February, a consultant identified more than $42 million in needs for Seekonk Public Schools. Dan … more
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