February 2, 2023
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The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen bid a fond farewell Monday to State Senator Paul Feeney, D-Bristol and Norfolk, who will no longer be representing the town due to redistricting.Feeney has been … more
Doorways food pantry wants to thank the faculty, staff, administration and especially the students and their families of Martin Elementary School for their generosity in their recent food drive. A … more
Seekonk, MA – Seekonk Land Conservation Trust has been selected as a beneficiary of the Stop & Shop Community Bag Program for the month of February.Launched in May 2019, the Stop & Shop … more
East Providence, RI –East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva has been named a Rodel Institute Fellow. The Rodel America Rhode Island fellowship is a program under the Rodel Institute that convenes … more
East Providence, RI –East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva has announced that the City will be accepting donations for a reward leading to the identification of the person (s) responsible for the … more
Rehoboth - The Rehoboth Democratic Town Committee (RDTC) will hold its annual caucus on Saturday February 11, 2023, at the Blanding Public Library 124 Bay State Road at 10:00 AM to nominate … more
March 11 annual rabies clinic at Seekonk fire department 8 AM to 12 PMWe have a couple dogs at the shelter. One is a fila type, and the other is an American bulldog. The American bulldog‘s name … more
Laverne is a beautiful gray DSH cat who is about 1 year old. She is very sweet, yet very shy cat who is looking for her forever home. She has come a long way since we rescued her and would do best in … more
E-mail Distro list• Get Latest Info on -> Transportation - GATRA • Get Latest Info on -> Recreation - Events - C.O.A. Activities• Get Latest Info on -> Public Health … more
“Our last Friday in East Providence. Our building has been sold. This is our last week of business in this location. Thank you for all of your continued support. We are looking for a new location … more
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