• Reed Joins Delegation to Celebrate $25 Million Grant to Improve Kingston Station
  • Reed Attends Ribbon-Cutting of Douglas Manor in North Providence

    Reed Attends Ribbon-Cutting of Douglas Manor in North Providence

    5/23/2011 — 

    Senator Reed, U.S. Representative David Cicilline and North Providence Mayor Charles Lombardi joined Cathedral Development Group, Inc., Property Advisory Group, Inc., Washington Trust, Rhode Island Housing and their community partners to celebrate the renovation and preservation of 100 homes for seniors and individuals with disabilities 

    Located in North Providence on Douglas Avenue, Douglas Manor has been home to seniors and individuals with disabilities since the late 1970s. Douglas Manor Apartments was recently refinanced in order to make $1.5 million in improvements and to preserve the affordability for 40 years.

  • Reed Joins Fishermen, Scientists to Support Collaborative Fisheries Research
  • Reed Joins RIPTA To Announce Free Trolley Rides to the Zoo

    Reed Joins RIPTA To Announce Free Trolley Rides to the Zoo

    4/29/2011 — 

    Providence, RI-  Beginning May 7, 2011, RIPTA will be offering free trolley rides to Roger Williams Park Zoo on the first Saturday of every month in conjunction with the Zoo's "First Saturday of Every Month Free for Providence Residents" promotion.

  • Reed & Langevin Tour Dominion Diagnostics of North Kingstown

    Reed & Langevin Tour Dominion Diagnostics of North Kingstown

    4/27/2011 — 
    April 27, 2011
    As part of 2011 National Medical Professionals Week, Senator Reed and Representative Langevin toured Dominion Diagnostics of North Kingstown, RI. 
    Dominion Diagnostics is a clinical lab employing 130 people in their Rhode Island headquarters. 

    April 27, 2011

    As part of 2011 National Medical Professionals Week, Senator Reed and Representative Langevin toured Dominion Diagnostics of North Kingstown, RI. 

    Dominion Diagnostics is a clinical lab employing 130 people in their Rhode Island headquarters. 

  • Reed Visits NOAA Ship Bigelow at Quonset

    Reed Visits NOAA Ship Bigelow at Quonset

    4/18/2011 — 

    April 18, 2011

    North Kingston- Senator Reed Visits NOAA Ship Bigelow at Quonset

    Henry B. Bigelow supports NOAA's mission to protect, restore and manage the use of living marine, coastal, and ocean resources through ecosystem-based management. Its primary objective is to study and monitor Northeast Marine Fisheries, throughout New England. The ship also observes weather, sea state, and other environmental conditions, conducts habitat assessments, and surveys marine mammal and marine bird populations.

    The Commercial Fisheries Research Foundation recently issued a $191,000 sub-award for the second year in a row to this team to cover the costs of doing the survey work in southern New England waters.  The CFRF's ability to do this is directly attributable to Senator Reed's past efforts to secure over $3.4 million in federal funding for cooperative fisheries research for the CFRF to administer since 2008.

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