October 21, 2020
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He saw itStaringWith one eye.The rabbitGranted himOne try.Was heA giant,Passing by,Or anAssailantTo defy?He did not knowWhich oneTo choose.The rabbit waitedFor his move.Don Gardner Seekonk more
Not having to worry about the pitfalls of a personal vehicle feels like a luxury when I ride RIPTA. Being able to ride the bus 35 miles from Providence to Point Judith for a couple of dollars is a … more
On November 3, 2020 the voters of East Providence have a distinctive choice for the East Providence School Committee, At-Large seat. Rarely does it happen that we as voters can compare the actual … more
Let me set a few things straight. The accusations my opponent has charged me with, do not hold water. If you would like actual facts, please go to the Secretary of State’s website, and look up … more
May thru October The show Is seen. Many flowers Play parts In between. The actors All will Come and go, As they die And as They grow. Thank you, Don Gardner … more
I believe the exasperation being expressed by so many East Providence residents regarding this proposal is not motivated by the clichéd sort of NIMBYism that typically accompanies large-scale … more
As persons who were born and raised in East Providence, we were sad to learn that the beautiful Metacomet Country Club was closing and was sold to a private developer. As lifelong Townies, we find it … more
For over 100 years the Metacomet Country Club has been part of the landscape of our city and while the vast majority of East Providence residents did not have access to the private club, its natural … more
Open letter to Mayor Bob DaSilva & Councilman-at-Large Bob Rodericks re: Metacomet Golf Course Development Plans: Mayor & City Officials; I am wondering if the upcoming meeting in regards to … more
Mrs. Crowley, I think all East Providence parents, guardians and grandparents really need and want to know if there is a learning plan for the city’s graduating 5th and 8th graders. I am focusing … more
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