Archive For July 31, 2016

Public Forum on Pawtucket Central Falls Commuter Rail Station August 3rd

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Public Forum on Pawtucket Central Falls Commuter Rail Station August 3rd

Pawtucket Foundation & Northern RI Chamber of Commerce host public forum with city and state officials 8/3, 8:30-9:30AM at Visitors Center Your attendance is needed! Support for the Pawtucket/ Central Falls Commuter Rail means increased transit connections to jobs, recreation and easier commutes. Bring your questions and support for the station on: Wednesday, August 3rd, 8:30-9:30AM…

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Wings Over Vermont Air Show

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Wings Over Vermont Air Show

Wings Over Vermont Air Show Returning to Burlington Waterfront Montpelier, Vt. – Returning to the Burlington Waterfront for the first time in a decade, Wings Over Vermont will perform free air shows to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Vermont Air National Guard. Put on by the Vermont National Guard Charitable Foundation, two free shows…

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14th Annual Runaways 5K Runaround Road Race!

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14th Annual Runaways 5K Runaround Road Race!

5k Road Race to Benefit Community VNA Hospice Care Sunday August 7th! You are invited to run, walk or just have fun at the 14th Annual Runaways 5K Runaround Road Race! EVENT DETAILS What:   14th Annual Runways Runaround 5K Road race Presented by:  Runaways Running Club When:  Sunday August 7, 2016 Where: 43 South Washington Street,…

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Pan-Mass Challenge

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Pan-Mass Challenge

Cote raising funds for PMC, benefits Dana-Farber and Jimmy Fund   For the fourth year, Robert Cote will be participating in the Pan-Mass Challenge on August 6. This two day event involves bicycle rides that vary in length from less than 20 miles to more 180 miles all around Massachusetts.  The purpose of the rides…

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38 Studios Scheme

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38 Studios Scheme

Providence, RI —  The RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity (Center) decried the unwillingness of the Rhode Island State Police and the Office of Attorney General to release the names of those “officials who knew” ahead of time that the money designated by the General Assembly was earmarked for the fateful 38 Studios scheme. The Center…

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HEARTSafe Community Signs

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HEARTSafe Community Signs

HEARTSafe Community Signs Located Throughout City of Pawtucket Pawtucket – This past February, the City of Pawtucket earned its HEARTSafe Community designation by the Rhode Island Department of Health’s Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Program and the American Heart Association, Providence Affiliate. There are now signs located throughout the City promoting this fact.  “As a…

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Grants For Early Education Programs

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Grants For Early Education Programs

Baker-Polito Administration Awards $42 Million in Grants for Early Education Programs   Governor Charlie Baker BOSTON – The Baker-Polito Administration today announced $42 million in grant awards for multiple initiatives that support the quality and availability of early education and care programs serving young children across the Commonwealth.    Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito  “In awarding…

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Fall Internship Opportunities

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Fall Internship Opportunities

Senator Ross Announces Fall Internship Opportunities  Boston – Senator Richard J. Ross would like to announce that internships in his State House office are currently available for college students for the fall semester. All interested students are encouraged to apply.  “Legislative interns are highly valued in my State House office. They are given a unique…

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