Archive For October 29, 2018

“BIG IDEAS FOR A CHANGING WORLD”

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“BIG IDEAS FOR A CHANGING WORLD”

Newport Historical Society to sponsor??Write Your Way to Hamilton Essay Contest Newport, RI ????? Are you a 10th grade student who wants to see the award winning musical Hamilton in the room where it happened first on Broadway? The Newport Historical Society is once again sponsoring the ???Big Ideas for a Changing World: Write Your…

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UMASS DARTMOUTH MARKETING RESEARCH

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UMASS DARTMOUTH MARKETING RESEARCH

UMass Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research Now Accepting Spring Clients Have you considered marketing research to make your business more competitive? Interested in the satisfaction level of your customers and/or clients? Thinking about the possibility of a new location? Get the information you need from a source you can trust! Why not go through a…

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BALLOT BOND ISSUES FOR PAWTUCKET VOTERS

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BALLOT BOND ISSUES FOR PAWTUCKET VOTERS

Eight Local Bond Questions before Pawtucket Voters PAWTUCKET ??? Pawtucket Voters will have eight local bond questions before them on November 6. These questions, if approved, will provide the necessary funding to invest in much needed repairs to Pawtucket???s schools, roads, public buildings, and recreational facilities over the next two years. The largest of these…

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SENATOR WARREN DISCUSSES JOB PROSPECTS

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SENATOR WARREN DISCUSSES JOB PROSPECTS

With 61.4% of Massachusettsians with Disabilities Out of Work, Warren Discusses Job Prospects – Lauren Appelbaum, RespectAbility Communications Director Boston, Massachusetts ?????With 61.4 percent of Massachusetts??? 390,729 working-age people with disabilities out of work, incumbent U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat, has issued an official response to a?? questionnaire??by the disabilities advocacy group RespectAbility, outlining…

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YANKEE’S EDITORS’ CHOICE FOOD AWARDS

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YANKEE’S EDITORS’ CHOICE FOOD AWARDS

Yankee Magazine???s Sixth Annual Editors??? Choice Food Awards 2018 Showcases Finest Artisan New England Products??— Awards Celebrate New England Quality and Artisanship–   DUBLIN, NH (November 2018)??? In the six years since Yankee launched the Editors??? Choice Food Awards, they???ve witnessed a flowering of the New England food landscape that goes beyond the restaurant scene…

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NORTH KINGSTON, RI: SILVER SPRING LAKE TREATMENT

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NORTH KINGSTON, RI: SILVER SPRING LAKE TREATMENT

North Kingstown Lake Slated for Follow-Up??Treatment for Noxious, Invasive Weeds on October 30th PROVIDENCE ??? The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising the public that Silver Spring Lake in North Kingstown will receive a follow-up treatment to control noxious weed infestation on Tuesday, October 30. The initial treatment in June significantly reduced…

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WILBURY THEATRE: A BREAK BEAT PLAY

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WILBURY THEATRE: A BREAK BEAT PLAY

The Wilbury Theatre Group Announces Rhode Island Premiere??of Hype Man: a??break-beat play The acclaimed new play by Idris Goodwin presented November??1-18 The Wilbury Theatre Group continues its 2018/19 season with??Idris Goodwin???s acclaimed new play Hype Man: a??break-beat play,??November 1-18, 2018.   Written by Idris Goodwin and directed for The Wilbury Group by??Don Mays,??Hype Man: a??break-beat…

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PLAINVILLE, MA: PUZZLE VOLUNTEERS WANTED

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PLAINVILLE, MA: PUZZLE VOLUNTEERS WANTED

Friends of the Plainville Public Library, Inc.   The Friends of the Plainville Public Library are looking for volunteers to complete puzzles which have been donated for our puzzle sale in February. If you like doing puzzles we have from 300 to 2,500-piece puzzles waiting for you. Just go to the Plainville Public Library???s circulation…

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