May 16, 2022
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Friends of Friends celebrated its annual Silver Tea event at the Seekonk Senior Center, this event was started in 1993 at the old Senior Center on Pleasant Street. The committee will continue the … more
Over twenty people from the Land Trust and the Runnins River Watershed Alliance joined together April 23rd to clean up trash and litter at the Martin Refuge, Tower Hill, and other Land Trust … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt, R-Seekonk, recently supported a $49.7 billion state budget for Fiscal Year 2023 that provides for increased local aid, significant funding investments … more
Jules Hope Chest is proud to be one of the collaborators to promote and participate in the Spring Outreach Events that the East Providence Health Equity Zone (EPHEZ) has Coordinated to initiate … more
Dear East Providence voters. East Providence has a high number of senior citizens as homeowners. As the city councilman-at-large, I will propose looking into an ordinance which will hopefully give … more
The Rehoboth Town Events Committee hosted its first event at the new Francis Farms/ COA campus on Saturday April 16th! Well over a hundred children, their parents, and several town officials were on … more
Rehoboth: The Rehoboth Democratic Town Committee (RDTC) held a successful State Candidates Event recently to hear from those running for such Offices as Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, … more
April 20 marked 12 years since the BP Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill. The disaster released over 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico making it the largest marine oil spill … more
The Seekonk Land Conservation Trust (SLCT) held their annual meeting on April 6th at the Seekonk Library. The meeting was chaired by Land Trust President Tom Webb and featured a presentation by the … more
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