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TERRI CORTVRIEND, STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 72, MIDDLETOWN AND PORTSMOUTH

TERRI CORTVRIEND ADVOCATES STRONGLY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, PUBLIC EDUCATION,
AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE, GROWING BUSINESSES, AND COMMON SENSE ECONOMIC POLICIES.

PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF TERRI CORTVRIEND. DONNA PERSONEUS, TREASURER. COPYRIGHT 2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
SITE DESIGN BY MELANIE DUPONT. SITE MANAGED BY FRIENDS OF TERRI CORTVRIEND.

February 3, 2020

By Daily News Staff

02/03/2020

Reps. Lauren H. Carson and Terri Cortvriend Monday announced the formation of the Aquidneck Island Climate Caucus, a community group to give voice to the importance of mitigating and adapting for the earth’s changing climate.

A pair of Aquid...

January 25, 2020

Dear Neighbors:

In the next few days you will be receiving my Legislative Wrap Up and Look Forward to 2020 Newsletter, "Talks with Terri". 

I am honored to have been elected to serve as your representative in the RI House of Representatives and am writing to you to...

January 20, 2020

By: Steve Ahlquist

1/20/2020

Uprise RI

Nearly 400 people gathered on the south steps of the Rhode Island State House on Saturday in conjunction with protests taking place across the nation and in Washington DC to call for new leadership in Washington DC and for an end to...

November 22, 2019

By Laura Damon
Daily News staff writer

PORTSMOUTH — Most legislation takes years to pass, Sen. James Seveney, D-Portsmouth, told a group of Portsmouth High School students gathered at St. Barnabas Church earlier this month.

But “this will go somewhere,” Seveney told them...

November 5, 2019

By Sean Flynn
Daily News staff writer

NEWPORT – Gov. Gina Raimondo kicked off on Tuesday a second major push for legislation to hold National Grid accountable in the wake of emergency outages like the natural gas crisis that left 7,455 customers without heat in Newport...

October 18, 2019

By Laura Damon
Daily News staff writer

The audit process “will begin by gathering the last five years of crash data. This will help identify any specific intersections or locations to focus on during the study.” [Daily News File Photo]

PORTSMOUTH — There were nearly 300...

June 3, 2019

By Laura Damon
Daily News staff writer

Rick Bruno uncovers the memorial dedicated to his late son, Nathan, during a ceremony Monday afternoon. [Dan Kessler Photo]

PORTSMOUTH — Students, teachers and other community members gathered around the memorial Monday afternoon on...

May 13, 2019

By the Daily News Staff

Local robotics team AIR STRIKE 78, Aquidneck Island Robotics’ team for FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) competitions, finished fourth out of 68 teams in its division at the FIRST World Championship in Detroit on A...

April 30, 2019

By Jim McGaw

PORTSMOUTH — Everything from flooding to phragmites were identified as problems facing the Common Fence Point neighborhood during a two-part, pilot community coastal resiliency program that concluded Saturday at the VFW Post 5390 hall.

The workshops, hosted...

April 19, 2019

April 19, 2019:  Representative Cortvriend sits down with Doug Smith to discuss her first months in the Statehouse.

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