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PROTECT HERRING NOW

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PROTECT HERRING NOW

Sign Petition NOW to Protect River Herring & Water You can help the fight for healthy water for fish and for people by signing a petition now! The good news – A grassroots effort supported by many of the member organizations of Watershed Action Alliance has increased the number of river herring in our streams…

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ATTELBORO: COMMUNITY VNA

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ATTELBORO: COMMUNITY VNA

Parkinson’s Disease Support Group Meeting Wednesday, December 13th:  On Wednesday, December 13th the Parkinson’s Disease Support Group will meet at Community VNA, 10 Emory Street in Attleboro from 10AM to 12PM. People with Parkinson’s, family members and friends are welcome to attend, even if a loved one lives at a distance. This will be a…

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E4A ANNOUNCES 2018 FINALISTS

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E4A ANNOUNCES 2018 FINALISTS

EforAll South Coast chooses finalists for 2018 Winter Business Accelerator Program Fifteen early stage businesses and nonprofits have been selected to participate in the Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll) Accelerator Program in New Bedford and Fall River. This is the fifth cohort to go through the program since the organization launched in September 2015. This one…

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GINA RAIMONDO “BE GOOD TO OUR NEIGHBORS”

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GINA RAIMONDO “BE GOOD TO OUR NEIGHBORS”

It’s looking a lot like Christmas at the State House, and all around Rhode Island, the holidays are in full swing. Check out the Governor’s weekly video address here, and share it with your friends. This season is a special time to celebrate and enjoy the company of family and friends. But for many Rhode…

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL SERVICE CLUB

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SAINT JOHN’S SCHOOL SERVICE CLUB

LOCAL SCHOOL GIVES TO BOSTON’S CHILDREN HOSPITAL The newly-formed St. John’s School Service Club assembled 40 boxes full of toys, games, books, & activities for ill children at Boston’s Children’s Hospital via “The Jared Box Project”.  The students selected their recipient’s demographics, decorated the boxes, filled them each with 8 – 12 items selected from…

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PAWSOX OWNERS NEED TO SHOW RI THE MONEY

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PAWSOX OWNERS NEED TO SHOW RI THE MONEY

OP ED RI REPUBLICAN PARTY According to recent news reports, the PawSox ownership, which is still refusing to publicly disclose their profit and loss statements, is reporting losses, writing down the value of the team, and needs more money than the team currently generates in order to pay off any stadium bonds. Meanwhile, the R.I. Secretary…

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FIRESIDE ENCORE CONCRT

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FIRESIDE ENCORE CONCRT

Tenor, Michael DiMucci’s Fireside Christmas Concert at Linden Place Mansion MICHAEL DIMUCCI Linden Place’s Museum will celebrate the holiday season with fundraiser concerts and sing-a-longs with pianist and singer, Michael DiMucci.  For those who prefer an afternoon concert, DiMucci will do an encore performance on Sunday, December 10 at 2:00pm. These fireside concerts in the…

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KID’S FOMO HOLIDAY DEBT

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KID’S FOMO HOLIDAY DEBT

Your Kids’ FOMO Is Not Worth  More Holiday Debt With the holidays upon us, parents are making a list and checking it twice. And that list seems to be getting longer … while the bank account gets smaller. That often happens when kids catch an acute case of FOMO during the holiday season. The “Fear…

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