February 2, 2023
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 Police Chief Dean Isabella is suing the Town of Seekonk and the Board of Selectmen for breach of contract. The board voted unanimously Wednesday to terminate Isabella’s employment … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Wednesday to terminate the employment of Police Chief Dean Isabella. Isabella, who had been placed on paid administrative leave by Town … more
The Board of Selectmen discussed plans for the future of the former town hall. One possibility is selling the property, but that might not be so easy. The facility at 148 Peck Street was … more
Scholarship Foundation of East Providence announces that volunteers will be calling residents in February for donations for scholarships for local students. High school students, current and past … more
In 2022, Pomham Rocks Lighthouse celebrated its 150th year of protecting the waters off the coast of East Providence. The historical landmark remains an active aid to navigation and is now a unique … more
State House — Rep. John G. Edwards (D-Dist. 70, Tiverton, Portsmouth), the Majority Floor Manager of the House of Representatives, has started the new legislative session by introducing four … more
The Seekonk Police Department plan to install 20 cameras on various streets. The original cost would be $57,000 for the first year, Police Chief Dean Isabella said about Flock Safety, a company … more
State House — Sen. Linda Ujifusa (D-Dist.11, Portsmouth, Bristol) will serve on the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services and the Senate Committee on Special Legislation and … more
State House – Sen. Pamela J. Lauria has been named to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services and the Senate Committee on Special Legislation and Veterans’ Affairs by Senate … more
East Providence, RI –East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva has appointed Robert S. Perry as the city’s new human resources director.Perry will oversee all personnel matters in the … more
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