• Reed Thanks RI World War II Veterans During Visit to Washington

    Reed Thanks RI World War II Veterans During Visit to Washington

    9/28/2013 — 

    U.S. Senator Jack Reed welcomed 63 Rhode Island World War II veterans to our nation’s capital to thank them for their service to our country. 

  • Reed Thanks RI World War II Veterans During Visit to Washington

    Reed Thanks RI World War II Veterans During Visit to Washington

    9/28/2013 — 

    U.S. Senator Jack Reed welcomed 63 Rhode Island World War II veterans to our nation’s capital to thank them for their service to our country. 

  • Reed Receives Distinguished Service Award on Prudence Island

    Reed Receives Distinguished Service Award on Prudence Island

    8/30/2013 — 

    U.S. Senator Jack Reed receives the Distinguished Service Award for his work to protect our nation's estuaries.

  • Reed Visits Students at Karen G. Bouchard Children’s Center in Woonsocket

    Reed Visits Students at Karen G. Bouchard Children’s Center in Woonsocket

    8/27/2013 — 

    U.S. Senator Jack Reed visits Head Start students at Karen G. Bouchard Children’s Center in Woonsocket.

  • Reed Tours Community Garden and Tree Nursery in Providence

    Reed Tours Community Garden and Tree Nursery in Providence

    8/02/2013 — 

    U.S. Senator Jack Reed tours Groundwork Providence’s Community Garden and Tree Nursery in Providence for a firsthand look at to increase Providence’s tree cover to 30 percent by the year 2020 to improve public health.  Over the years, Reed has supported Groundwork Providence’s efforts by securing over $543,000 in federal funds for workforce development and environmental cleanup, including $200,000 in 2012 for Groundwork Providence to train up to 54 students for environmental jobs.

  • Reed Helps Break Ground at Providence Viaduct

    Reed Helps Break Ground at Providence Viaduct

    7/15/2013 — 

    Senator Reed helps break ground on construction of the new I-95 Providence Viaduct, which was built in 1964 and must be replaced due to deterioration.  The Providence Viaduct is a critical part of the I-95 corridor carrying over 220,000 vehicles per day.  Last year, Rhode Island’s Congressional delegation helped secure $10 million in federal funding for phase 1 of reconstruction of the Providence Viaduct, which will consist of the construction of a new bridge carrying I-95 southbound and new and widened exits for Atwells Avenue, Routes 6 and 10, Downtown, and to the Providence Place Mall. 

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