June 1, 2023
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Unfortunately, this year’s Parade was cancelled due to the constraints of Covid-19, but The Memorial Day Ceremony did commence at 11:30 AM with a dedication of our Fallen Comrades who’ve … more
State House – The Senate tonight passed Sen. Walter S. Felag’s (D-Dist. 10, Warren, Bristol, Tiverton) legislation would prohibit gag clauses sometimes found in pharmacy contracts that … more
State House — The House of Representatives today passed legislation introduced by House Majority Floor Manager John G. Edwards (D-Dist. 70, Tiverton, Portsmouth) that would allow more latitude … more
State House – The House of Representatives tonight passed Rep. Gregg Amore’s (D-Dist. 65, East Providence) bill (2021-H 5522A) which would establish a process for the state’s higher … more
Town and state officials gathered to honor our nation’s fallen members of the military in a ceremony held Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Park on Newman Avenue.State Rep. Steven Howitt, … more
Voters at the June 7 town meeting will be asked to approve $19.6 million to fund the construction, renovation, and expansion of the Seekonk Public Library. The money will also pay for demolition, … more
East Providence Ward Three City Councilman Nate Cahoon has written individual emails to each of Providence's 14 council members, asking for assistance in stopping or controlling the late night music … more
State House – The Senate tonight passed legislation sponsored by Sen. Valarie J. Lawson (D-Dist. 14, East Providence) that adds East Providence to the Blackstone Valley tourism … more
Boston, MA – Senator Paul R. Feeney (D-Foxborough) announced the successful passage of a host of amendments he filed during the recent Senate Budget Debate for the upcoming Fiscal Year 2022 … more
Imagine driving by the Ten Mile River and seeing it reflecting back a bright pink or purple! While that may sound shocking to us today, many lifelong Seekonk residents recall this as a regular … more
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