September 19, 2017
Police & Fire
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October is "Fire Prevention" month. The week of Oct. 8th is fire prevention Week! Please do something to make your home and life a little safer this month. What should I do? Test your smoke alarms. … more
October 31ST 6:30 – 9:00 Station 3 @ 104 Plesant Prizes * Games * Snacks * Rides * And More * *Costumes Optional* *New* *This Year * Bring Your Pumpkin Contest Bring A; … more
SEEKONK — Police Detective Sergeant David Enos was presented with the Police Department’s Selectmen Award by Chief Craig Mace on Wednesday.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle … more
SEEKONK — The town has a new police officer.To read more by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
REHOBOTH — Police will be increasing patrols to target drivers impaired by alcohol and marijuana thanks to a state grant.To read more by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the Seekonk High School Boys Soccer Team car wash including the Seekonk Fire Dept. more
Due to predicted rain later tonight and tomorrow, paving on Newman Ave (between Jacoby Way and Lowell St) has been re-scheduled to Thursday (8/24) and Friday (8/25). Additional rain dates for paving … more
The Rehoboth Police will increase the number of impaired driving patrols on local roads after being awarded a special grant from the Highway Safety Division (HSD) of the Executive Office of Public … more
My name is Michael Koussa, from Troop 3, North Dighton. I'm working on my Eagle Scout Service Project for the Rehoboth Fire Department. The purpose of the project is to recognize the Rehoboth … more
For all of the parents who will send their grown child off to college in the fall, there are a few more tidbits of learning they should know before they go: show them how to do laundry; show them how … more
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