October 21, 2021
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East Providence City Council President Robert Britto has announced his candidacy for the Rhode Island State Senate-District 18 seat. The seat is currently held by first term Senator Cynthia Mendes. … more
The Board of Selectmen are seeking assistance in preparing minutes of their weekly meetings. In a complaint filed October 3 with the state Attorney General, Patrick Higgins alleged the board violated … more
The 10 classroom addition to Aitken Elementary School and in the installation of a building-wide unit ventilator replacement cost town residents $11 million. According to Seekonk Town Administrator … more
Senator Feeney & his staff will be available to meet with constituents for in-person, district office hours in each of the 9 cities and towns of the Bristol & Norfolk Senate District … more
East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence Recreation Department will hold a family board game night on Thursday, November 4, 2021 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the East Providence Recreation … more
Meet Rhonda!! This sweet girl is a 5 ½ year old, spayed Pitbull mix. She is up to date on vaccines and was heartworm tested. As you can see, she is a full-figured gal who would love to have … more
The Board of Selectmen voted Tuesday to keep a single tax rate for residents and businesses, based on the recommendation of the Board of Assessors. “In our case, there is no real benefit in … more
The new Town Hall will be opening at 340 Anawan Street on October 31, the Board of Selectmen announced Monday. Chairman Skip Vadnais noted only certain portions of the building will be available … more
The Board of Selectmen could choose to implement a separate tax rate for residents and businesses. Rehoboth has had a single tax rate for all property owners. A classification hearing will be held at … more
Hello All ~ I hope you are enjoying the beautiful Fall weather in Rehoboth!  Speaking of the Fall, I would like to remind all town residents that Town Offices will be closed on Monday, October … more
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