May 28, 2022
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On May 23rd EP Urban Forest along with Mayor Bob DaSilva, Principal Laurie Marchand and Whiteknact Elementary students and staff, TD Bank, and members of the Pokanoket Tribe dedicated the new Native … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported legislation to crack down on the unauthorized distribution of sexually explicit images or videos via text messaging and … more
East Providence – With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping children healthy while school is out. East Providence Recreation provides free meals to children … more
East Providence, RI – The East Providence Recreation Department announces the 2022 Summer Concert line-up. Shows are weather permitting and take place at Rose Larisa Memorial Park located at … more
Spring has been very busy at the Pantry, and it’s hard to believe that summer is just around the corner! Rehoboth residents and businesses alike continue their incredible generosity in … more
The volunteers and clients of Doorways Food Pantry would like to express a big THANK YOU to the Letter Carriers from Seekonk and East Providence for their continued support and hard work in … more
State House – The House of Representatives today approved legislation sponsored by Rep. June S. Speakman to provide more transparency and diverse representation on the State Housing Appeals … more
State House – Legislation sponsored by Rep. Deborah Ruggiero and approved by the House of Representatives today would speed up emergency closures of aquaculture operations by moving … more
It all began with the mission to teach my granddaughter, Hailee, a life lesson on the importance of giving back to those less fortunate. She immediately became passionate about it and described our … more
The Rehoboth Animal Shelter has some new inmates. Charlotte is a sweet young adult female cat, and Arthur is a tabby-and-white neutered male. More information about our adoptable pets is available at … more
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