September 25, 2021
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Hello my dear friends, Hope you are all well and THANK YOU so very much for putting Moms obituary in the last issue and the amazing Taste of the Towns page. So many people have reached … more
The BOS recently voted to demolish the Anawan School. Did anyone think that the Town could sell a brick or more those who would like a memento of the school? The School Comm did NOT do the town of … more
Hi again folks! As I mentioned in my first follow-up to the “MEMO”, I have finally retired! I also said “stay tuned”. It seems I may not have fully and finally retired after all. Shortly … more
The East Providence Athletic Club recently held it s 24th annual John Chalmers Charity Golf Tournament at Trigg’s Memorial Golf Course in Providence. Chuck Andrews and Wayne Larned, organizers … more
Between 1971 and 1991, the population in eastern Massachusetts increased 15%, yet the area of developed land increased 35%. By 2020, the population is projected to increase by 8%, but another 23% of … more
The Child Find process requires the Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District to identify, locate and evaluate all children with disabilities residing in its jurisdiction. This obligation includes … more
Time has passed since that memo and during that time I have reached a couple of milestones. I made it to 77, I met my goal of 25 years with the same company, and I have retired for the second and … more
In 2014 when the East Providence Arts Council was formed in response to folks hoping to see the city advocate more for the Arts, we decided we needed a tentpole event to build the organization … more
Ripples onThe water.The baitsHave hitTheir mark.FriendshipIs like Casting lines.That's howIt can start.Two boysOn shore Fishing. Hope ripplesThroughEach heart.Don Gardner Seekonk MA more
A recent report of a structural engineer has determined that the Anawan School is structurally sound in spite of the years of neglect. If the problems cited by various parties are mitigated, the … more
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