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SSHSA DROPS ANCHOR IN WARWICK FOR FIRST PERMANENT HOME

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SSHSA DROPS ANCHOR IN WARWICK FOR FIRST PERMANENT HOME

 Maritime nonprofit completes purchase of former NEIT library After decades adrift at sea, the Steamship Historical Society of America (SSHSA) and its extensive collection of maritime images, artifacts, periodicals, artwork, official records and memorabilia finally have a port to call home.   Last month, SSHSA completed the purchase of the former New England Institute of…

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ZEITERION “DRIVE-IN” IS BACK

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ZEITERION “DRIVE-IN” IS BACK

ZEITERION-NEW BEDFORD-SYMPHONY-BALLET The ballet you love is back ! FBP is delighted to announce our first public performance in more than 6 months! We are excited to perform as part of the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center’s Drive-In Series , in collaboration with New Bedford Symphony Orchestra . This unique performing venue allows vehicles and individual parties to remain socially distanced, while…

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RHODE ISLAND IMPAIRED WATERS LIST OPENS FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

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RHODE ISLAND IMPAIRED WATERS LIST OPENS FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

DEM ISSUES DRAFT IMPAIRED WATERS LIST AND OPENS PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD  October 6th Workshop to Discuss Findings of Statewide Water Quality Assessment    The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is soliciting comments on the state’s Impaired Waters List and will hold a virtual public workshop next month to review statewide water quality findings.  A virtual public…

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GREATER BOSTON LABOR COUNCIL

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GREATER BOSTON LABOR COUNCIL

Union Members Volunteer for a Complete Census Count Across the Boston area, union members are volunteering in their workplaces and communities to increase Boston’s Census response rate BOSTON — On Monday, September 28, union members partnered with the City of Boston to volunteer in their workplaces and communities to help increase local Census response rates, with…

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LTE: GINA RAIMONDO WEEKEND RE-CAP

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LTE: GINA RAIMONDO WEEKEND RE-CAP

Hello friend, GOVERNOR GINA RAIMONDO There’s a lot going on these days, and it’s easy to miss things. That’s why I wanted to put together a quick recap of the announcements from the past week. If you know someone who wants to stay up-to-date on the latest measures Rhode Island is taking to stop the…

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PIRATES’ COMBINE-TRYOUT

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PIRATES’ COMBINE-TRYOUT

Providence Pirates Announces First Combine/Tryout Date   The Providence Pirates would like to formally announce that they will begin their first tryout for the upcoming season on October 17th at 1 PM in Johnston, RI at the Johnston Recreational Center.   This is a great first step for the team as we look to embark…

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PAWTUCKET-CENTRAL FALLS: FREE COVID 19 TESTING

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PAWTUCKET-CENTRAL FALLS: FREE COVID 19 TESTING

Pawtucket Central Falls BEAT COVID-19 Site Now Testing Minors Aged 12 and Up Call 855-843-7620 to Schedule a FREE Test Pawtucket – Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien, Central Falls Mayor James A. Diossa, CVS Health, the BEAT COVID-19 initiative, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH), and the Health Equity Zone (HEZ) have announced that the…

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HOPE VALLEY, RHODE ISLAND

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HOPE VALLEY, RHODE ISLAND

PRAYER VIGIL FOR OUR LIVES Monday September 28, 2020 Shepherd of the Valley United Methodist Church will be hosting a prayer vigil at 5:45 pm -6:45 PM on Monday September 28, 2020 on the lower front lawn.   There we shall pray for the ending of systemic racism. We shall pray for the freeing of…

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