May 9, 2021
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East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence will soon begin to see an annual savings of $250,000 thanks to a newly-negotiated wastewater operations contract.The City of East Providence … more
State House – House Majority Whip Katherine S. Kazarian’s (D-Dist. 63, East Providence) legislation (2021-H 5763) that would ban health insurers from utilizing the discriminatory practice … more
Voters at the May 11 annual town meeting will have to decide whether or not to approve the town’s purchase of Francis Farm for use as a senior center.The meeting will be held at 7 pm in the … more
Seekonk voters will be asked to approve a $63 Million budget for the 2022 fiscal year. The May 10 town meeting will be held at 7 pm at Seekonk High School.The 2021 budget is $60.9 million. The 2022 … more
State House — Rep. Michelle E. McGaw (D-Dist. 71, Portsmouth, Tiverton, Little Compton) has introduced legislation that would give new car owners more time to transfer their … more
East Providence, RI –The City of East Providence announced that it received a $20,000 USD TD Green Space Grant from TD Bank Group (TD) and the Arbor Day Foundation to support innovative urban … more
Land Trust Supports Hands-On Studies by Seekonk High School Students Over the past 18 years, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology students at Seekonk High School have successfully completed a unit of … more
One of the great natural resources of the Town of Rehoboth is the Palmer River, and of course, its watershed. The term, "watershed", is intended to define that area of the land surface that collects … more
The grassroots organization Keep Metacomet Green! is urging the members of the East Providence City Council to schedule a properly-noticed public hearing before a vote is held on whether to take the … more
MassDEP and UMass are providing free water testing for Rehoboth residents. Please call today for a free kit!MassDEP is offering private well owners an opportunity to receive free testing for PFAS … more
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