January 28, 2023
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East Providence, RI – The City of East Providence, in partnership with the Rhode Island Department of Health, has established a Closed Point of Dispensing (POD) for COVID-19 vaccine … more
Attleboro, MA, March 11, 2021 – Sturdy Memorial Associates recently opened a new medical building located at 100 O’Neil Boulevard in Attleboro which is now home to Sturdy Memorial … more
(March 10, 2021) – Join Audubon for springtime fun during April Vacation Week! Kids get up-close with turtles, hawks, and frogs and head outside to explore wetlands, streams and more! All … more
(March 2, 2021) – Spring is the perfect time to catch the amazing aerial displays of the American Woodcock, join an early morning birding walk, or discover the magic that occurs each spring in … more
Providence, R.I. (March 8, 2021) – Social Enterprise Greenhouse (SEG) has added a new program to its portfolio of services designed to help entrepreneurs launch and grow businesses. The SEG … more
The Eastern Rhode Island Conservation District (ERICD) is celebrating Earth Month by battling climate change on multiple fronts. According to ERICD District Manager Sara Churgin, “One project … more
Pawtucket: A City in Focus Theme: “Uniquely Pawtucket” Deadline for entry: August 6, 2021 Pawtucket – Grab your cameras and snap that picture! The City of Pawtucket and The Camera … more
Forbes Street compost area open for leaf and yard waste drop offsEast Providence, RI – The City of East Providence Department of Public Works/Refuse & Recycling Division, announces that the … more
Library Open for Visitors AgainThe Blanding Library is open to the public again!  This is good news for all of us who missed browsing the shelves and visiting (safely, of course) with others at … more
When a colleague suggested to Dr. Joseph A. Chazan that he pen a novel about his life, the rule-bending, risk-taking octogenarian not only accepted the challenge, but upped the ante by telling his … more
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