November 18, 2017
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Being the father of twin daughters and Grandfather of two granddaughters to say I was outraged would be putting it mildly after hearing on the news about Emily Nash the junior at Lunenburg High … more
As the seasons turn toward the end of the year, the board of directors, volunteers and clients of Doorways food pantry would like to thank the residents of Seekonk for their continuing support for … more
When I look at what’s happening in Washington, I just shake my head because I know we can do better.It can’t just be me who is tired of the political scene today – the nastiness of … more
The Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club had their Annual Fall Bazaar and outdoor yard sale on Oct. 21st. Lots of work but a wonderful day. A wonderful day not only for our success, but for the … more
I heard if Hasbro moves into the Superman building that Governor Ramondo is going to replace the independent man on top of the state house with Mr. Potato head. David Di Saia 179 Warren … more
There are number of troubling issues related to the low income housing project proposed for the old Anawan School. Foremost among them is the impact on our water supply. The developer has cited … more
Thank you to all who helped and donated to provide supplies and funds for those devastated by the hurricanes down South. Our 53 foot trailer left on September 27, 2017, with 30,000 lbs. of food … more
Rehoboth, CARCS needs your support at the November 6th Special Town Meeting! With the generous cooperation of the Town Counsel, Planning Board, and the BOS, CARCS has drafted a by-law amendment … more
The Seekonk Democratic Town Committee (SDTC) is proud to put our full support behind Paul Feeney for State Representative in the Bristol-Norfolk District. Paul’s well-known commitment to public … more
The Rehoboth Democratic Town Committee (RDTC) is proud to announce its endorsement of Paul Feeney for State Senate in the Bristol-Norfolk District. During a recent RDTC meeting, Paul Feeney was … more
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