In The News
Fidelity Investments and the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce invite you to a Town Hall style meeting with Congressman David Cicilline on Tuesday, April 19th at Noon.
U.S. Senator Jack Reed, U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and U.S. Representative David Cicilline joined Rhode Island Housing to announce the availability of $3.1 million for lead paint hazard control and lead awareness programs in the state.
Two of the four members of Rhode Island’s congressional delegation are giving cautious approval to what President Obama had to say about Libya in his speech Monday night to the American people.
U.S. Rep. David Cicilline had an exact meeting of the minds with one constituency Saturday. Cicilline was holding his second “In the District with David” community office hours event at the East Providence Senior Center on Waterman Avenue, meeting with constituents individually or in small groups.
On the two-year anniversary of his death, the Navy dedicated a bridge at Naval Station Newport on Sunday to Lt. j.g. Francis L. Toner IV, a Narragansett resident who was killed in Afghanistan in 2009.
A total of 126 members of Alpha Company of the 1-182nd Infantry of the Rhode Island National Guard took part in a departure ceremony Saturday as the unit prepares for a one-year deployment to Afghanistan.
One local congressman says he'll be looking for answers when President Obama addresses the nation Monday night on Libya. Rhode Island congressman David Ciclline tells Steve Klamkin and the WPRO Saturday Morning News that he wants to hear what the mission is and wha the end game is in Libya.
The event at the Westin was attended by nearly 300 dinner guests, including three of the four members of Rhode Island’s congressional delegation. U.S. Rep. David N. Cicilline told the guests he has “felt the impact of the power of women in my life.”
Making good on a promise from last year, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI) today unveiled the first draft of his “Make it in America Block Grant” – legislation to provide resources to retool existing small-size manufacturers in Rhode Island so they can compete.