May 16, 2022
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East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence has been selected by the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation as a “Take it Outside” grant awardee.The funds will enable the City to … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen voted Wednesday to place the school department’s proposed $30.8 million budget for FY’23 on the Spring Town Meeting warrant. The increase is 2.3 percent … more
During the Nov. 6th, 2021, re-dedication ceremony of the EP Veterans' Memorial Expressway bridges, family members, Gordon R. Hubbard (nephew), Gordon Winslow Reid (nephew), and Mrs. Melanie Reid … more
Chris Andrade is the new chairman of the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School Committee. Andrade was appointed last month to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Thomas O’Connor. Aaron … more
Students at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School have been following strict guidelines regarding use of the building’s restrooms. Principal John Gould explained the policy stems from … more
Erin Brouillette was voted the new Chairperson of the Seekonk School Committee Monday. Kim Sluter, who had served as chairperson, is the committee’s new Vice-Chair. Noah Escaler will … more
Hello All ~ The temperature is warming; flowers blooming; birds singing ~ Happy Spring!  March has certainly been crazy busy for the Town Clerk’s Office.  During the month of March, … more
Happy Spring everyone.  April started off with the annual Town Election April 4th.  I would like to thank The Seekonk Reporter for extending the submission deadline so we could include … more
State House – The Senate today passed two pieces of legislation sponsored by Sen. Walter S. Felag, Jr. (D-Dist. 10, Warren, Bristol, Tiverton) which relate to bronze star license plates and … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence has rolled out a new workforce development program targeted at East Providence youth and young adults ages 16-24. “East … more
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