January 25, 2021
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We are trying to raise awareness about the proposed development of an asphalt and concrete plant to be constructed at 45 Industrial Court. We are concerned residents who live nearby the proposed site … more
Finding a rainbow during dark times gives us all reassurance that good in this world still exists. Ginny Pacheco has been exactly that rainbow in our community. When a Seekonk resident was in need of … more
The call Is made Through Window pane. Fresh snow Had mounted Under gray. Now time's Offered by Inviting sun, For kids To answer As we Had done. … more
There has been much discussion and debate in East Providence over the fate of Metacomet Country Club. You will recall that the facility, which had been under financial duress for years, was sold to a … more
I’m writing to you in regards to the new asphalt and concrete batching plant that is currently in the permit process to build at 45 Industrial Court in Seekonk MA by Jeffrey … more
TO: Bob DaSilva, Mayor City of East Providence Community dialogue and analysis shows considerable concern for the plan to demolish the Platt-Watters School complex. A broad spectrum of neighbors, … more
This humble home Up inThe tree, A refuge safeFrom suchAs me.They huddle thereIn this Snow storm,With cupboards Full ofTheir acorns.They built This nestFor suchA storm.May homeBe safe.May homeBe … more
Speeding in the school zones is evident. However, we have noticed that the warning lights at the Kent School location on Pawtucket Ave. are flashing even when school is not in session. As a result, … more
In times of economic uncertainty, the East Providence Economic Development Commission (EDC) has been more essential than ever to support a vital local economy.During the COVID-19 pandemic, the … more
On Wednesday, November 18, 2020 our Board of Selectmen approved the recommendation from the Town Administrator to fill the position of Police Chief. In my lifetime of “active” duty as a … more
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