Archive For July 31, 2019

MASSACHUSETTS CHILD HEALTH-CARE BILL

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MASSACHUSETTS CHILD HEALTH-CARE BILL

Massachusetts House to Vote on Child Health-Care Bill By Jenn Stanley: Commonwealth News Service BOSTON – The Massachusetts House votes today on sweeping legislation that aims to make it easier for young people and their families to navigate the complicated health-care system. Among its many efforts, it addresses the pediatric health workforce, behavioral health and insurance…

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NORTON PUBLIC LIBRARY: INCREASED HOURS INCREASED FUNDING

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NORTON PUBLIC LIBRARY: INCREASED HOURS INCREASED FUNDING

Norton Public Library Fall Hours The Norton Public Library is extending its hours! Starting in September 2019 the library will be open 45 hours per week.   We are excited to offer more access to library services and staff. We will still be open six days a week, opening earlier every day and closing later…

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DEM: DEER HUNTING PERMITS

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DEM: DEER HUNTING PERMITS

DEER PERMITS FOR THE 2019-20 HUNTING SEASON GO ON SALE AUGUST 1, 2019 PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that permits for the deer hunting season, including the “All Outdoors” package, will go on sale starting Thursday, August 1, online here or at local sales agents.   Deer permits are sold as antlered…

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SURVIVAL SKILLS IN PORTUGUESE AT RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

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SURVIVAL SKILLS IN PORTUGUESE AT RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

SKILLS FOR BEGINNERS Dear Friend,    The IPLWS is again offering the popular adult enrichment course “Survival Skills in Portuguese for Beginners – Part I” in the fall 2019 semester. This non-credit course is especially designed for the busy adult who would like to develop basic communication skills in the Portuguese language. Classes meet for…

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LTE: “FAITH TO FORD” CLEAN CAR STANDARDS

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LTE: “FAITH TO FORD” CLEAN CAR STANDARDS

Dear Friend, By Susan Hendershot Last week, IPL’s #FaithtoFord campaign marked a victory when Ford and three other automakers announced that they struck a deal with California to reject the Trump administration’s attempt to gut the Clean Car Standards. IPL organized more than 4,000 people of faith like you to call on Ford Motor Company to…

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CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

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CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

TELL YOUR STORY: A MEMOIR WRITING GROUP With Kathleen Budreski   Wednesdays, beginning September 18  6 weeks 10 am-noon $150/$125 members   Join us for a 6 -week Memoir Writing group, to learn how to make those cherished memories and special stories come to life. This may be one of the most precious gifts you can…

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NEW CHARTER REVIEW COMMISSION

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NEW CHARTER REVIEW COMMISSION

Pawtucket to Form New Charter Review Commission Welcoming Interested Residents to be Join the Commission   Pawtucket – Mayor Donald R. Grebien announced that he is seeking applicants to serve on the Charter Review Commission that will review the governing document of the city and make recommendations for potential changes that would go before voters on…

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WEAVER LIBRARY FARMERS MARKET

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WEAVER LIBRARY FARMERS MARKET

From Toe Jam to Farm Dog ~ Live Music at the Weaver Library Farmers’ Market! EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I.– Fresh food, live music, and Imagination Playground make the Weaver Library Farmers’ Market a wonderful destination for families on Thursday afternoons. Come a little early on August 1st for a Farmers’ Market favorite ~ Toe Jam Puppet Band…

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