January 28, 2023
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Seekonk and Rehoboth are continuing to report high numbers of positive Covid-19 cases. According to data released by the state’s Department of Health, for the two week testing period which … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen expressed their concerns over the safety of equipment at the playground adjacent to Town Hall. The discussion took place after Selectman Chris Zorra reported getting … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen voted Wednesday to reappoint Neil Abelson to serve as the town’s Zoning Enforcement Officer for a one-year period. Selectmen had debated whether or not reappoint … more
An Open Meeting Law complaint filed against the Board of Selectmen has been dismissed by the town legal counsel. Doreen Taylor, a former selectwoman, told the state Attorney General’s Office … more
2020 featured a change in leadership for the town’s police and fire departments after a lengthy search period. After a background investigation which lasted for several months, Dean Isabella … more
2020 was a tough year for Rehoboth, as the novel coronavirus impacted personal lives and public institutions. Last March, the Board of Selectmen ordered all town buildings closed after cases of … more
Hello All ~ Happy New Year ~ Another holiday that came and was celebrated in a very different way during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Prayerfully, with the newly authorized and administered … more
HAPPY NEW YEAR, as we bid farewell to 2020 a year that challenged all of us. The Town Clerk’s office hopes that everyone had time to reflect on all for which we are grateful for. We also would … more
City Council Hires Attorney to Secure Metacomet AppraiserThe East Providence City Council hired the law firm of Salter McGowan Sylvia & Leonard Inc. for the purpose of hiring an appraiser for the … more
The East Providence Knights of Columbus Council #1528 continued its tradition of providing the residents of the RI Veteran’s Home in Bristol with clothing, toiletries, and other vital … more
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