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Honoring Our Senior Citizens

By Senator Moore

September is “National Senior Center Month” so it is a good time to highlight some of the programs that help seniors live well in Massachusetts.

Fifty years ago, President John F. Kennedy famously remarked, “The increase in the life span and in the number of our senior citizens presents this nation with increased opportunities: the opportunity to draw upon their skill and sagacity – and the opportunity to provide the respect and recognition they have earned. It is not enough for a great nation merely to have added new years to life – our objective must also be to add new life to those years.”

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Current News & Press Releases

September 30, 2014

Senator Moore to host "Planning for Higher Education" information session

As a former college administrator and current Trustee of Nichols College, Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, has become increasingly concerned with the rising costs of college education. “A college education is a means to achieving gainful employment and economic independence, but it often comes with a significant cost,” stated Sen. Moore. “Part of my priority to make college more affordable and accessible is connecting students and parents with valuable resources to help them save, plan and pay for higher education. It is never too early or too late to plan or seek assistance for financing a college education.”


September 9, 2014

Sen. Moore welcomes new business to Milford

Sen. Moore welcomes new business to Milford

Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, stopped by the new “Depot Street Tavern” on Depot Street in Milford to congratulate Adam Hicks on the opening of the local restaurant. The local lawmaker, who has made it priority to support small businesses and ensure that they have the tools they need to succeed, presented Hicks with a Senate citation. Adam Hicks lives in Uxbridge and is a graduate of Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School and Johnson and Wales University. He previously worked for Oliva’s Market, Catering and Gourmet Gifts in Milford.


September 4, 2014

Moore-established AED Trust Fund grants state funding to local towns and schools for purchase of life-saving devices

A state program created and funded under legislation sponsored by Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, has awarded matching grants to local towns and school districts for the purchase of automated external defibrillators (AED). Nine towns and four school departments will receive a total of $37,204.11 in state dollars toward the purchase of 35 AED’s.


August 27, 2014

Senator Moore calls on feds to pay for local effects of illegal immigration

‘Secure the border or pay for the failure to do so’

In a strongly-worded letter to the congressional delegation representing South Central Massachusetts this week, Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, called on the U.S. senators and representatives to focus on finding a solution to the failure of national immigration policy or at least provide states and communities with more resources to help deal with the issue.


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