Archive For February 26, 2019

CLEAN-HEALTHY-VIBRANT-WATERS

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CLEAN-HEALTHY-VIBRANT-WATERS

SNEP SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND WATERSHED Clean water, healthy watersheds, and vibrant coastal ecosystems are essential to the communities of Southeast New England – a foundation of our region’s prosperity and quality of life. In Rhode Island and Massachusetts, clean water and healthy coastal ecosystems generate billions of dollars in economic value through beach-going, fishing, tourism,…

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GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AGREEMENT

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GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AGREEMENT

Treasurer Magaziner Reaches Agreement with Archer Daniels Midland on Greenhouse Gas Emissions PROVIDENCE, R.I. —  In response to shareholder engagement led by Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), one of largest agricultural processors in the world, has agreed to assess the feasibility of adopting quantitative, company-wide goals for reducing the company’s greenhouse…

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UMD: ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP DINNER

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UMD: ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP DINNER

Center Hosts Annual Celebrity/Scholarship Dinner featuring PEDRO MARTINEZ Dartmouth, MA. – The UMass Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research is hosting its 19th Annual Celebrity Scholarship Dinner headlined by none other than Red Sox HOF pitcher Pedro Martinez!   This is an opportunity to enjoy a 4-course meal at The Venus de Milo in Swansea, MA…

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MASSDEMS: ANNUAL CHINATOWN BANQUET

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MASSDEMS: ANNUAL CHINATOWN BANQUET

Mayor Walsh, Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu and MassDems Chair Gus Bickford cordially invite you to attend the second annual Chinatown Banquet on April 4th at 6 pm.  Please join us for an evening of great food and even better company to support the party’s outreach efforts to millennial and young voters. You may recall…

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EARTHTALK: AIR POLLUTION MAKING US DUMB

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EARTHTALK: AIR POLLUTION MAKING US DUMB

Dear EarthTalk: I heard a pundit on TV say that the way we can “Make America Great Again” is by reducing air pollution as it’s making us dumb. Is there any truth to this? — Jane V., via e-mail Unfortunately for the 40 percent of Americans (and 90 percent of the inhabitants of the rest…

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SOUTH ATTLEBORO LIONS MOVING GOOD

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SOUTH ATTLEBORO LIONS MOVING GOOD

This time, it happened this past Saturday at Sandcastle, South Attleboro. One ramp was disassembled for storage and another was removed from its location and reinstalled on another location close by. Thirteen Volunteers from the South Attleboro Lions Club, who had originally made the installations responded to the call. The way the process works is…

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ANNUAL DERBY DAY AT LINDEN PLACE

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ANNUAL DERBY DAY AT LINDEN PLACE

2nd Annual Derby Day Party at Linden Place AN AFTERNOON OF SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY An afternoon of true southern hospitality at Linden Place’s 2nd Annual Derby Day Party on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 4 pm-8 pm.   Can’t make it to Churchill Downs this May 4th? You can still get in on the Derby action because Linden…

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WILBURY THEATRE PROVIDENCE: WORLD PREMIER

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WILBURY THEATRE PROVIDENCE: WORLD PREMIER

RED BIKE BY CARIDAD SVICH DIRECTED BY KATE BERGSTROM SARAH LEACH THE NATIONAL NEW PLAY NETWORK ROLLING WORLD PREMIERE ​FEBRUARY 25 – MARCH 3, 2019 ​Remember when you were eleven years old and you had a bike, one that made you dream about a world bigger than the one in which you live? ALLISON LEWIS TOWBES ​​This…

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