July 28, 2017
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Boston, MA - Jacob Ventura, republican State Senate candidate for the vacant Bristol and Norfolk seat, has filed his nomination papers to become the first republican to be on the ballot for the … more
Aidan Morrison, an Eagle Scout candidate from Troop 1 in Seekonk, chose for his Eagle Scout project to organize a toiletries drive for benefit of the clients of Doorways Food Pantry. The project was … more
Kaiya is a 3 year old female calico who had a litter of kittens which have recently been adopted. She was a sweet and caring mom to her kittens and now it's her turn to find a forever home. She is a … more
There are a number of cats and a dog at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter right now. There are a surprising number of grey kittens, very sweet, along with two mother cats and a stray calico. You can see … more
MEDFIELD, MA - Jacob Ventura, Republican State Senate candidate for the vacant Bristol and Norfolk seat, has received key support in the northern part of the district with the endorsement of State … more
The Stop & Shop store located on Route 6 recently donated 270 “Food for Friend” boxes to Doorways to help fight hunger in Seekonk. Over 60 local families rely on Doorways for food support every … more
The month of June marks the end of my first 7 months as the Council representative from Ward 4. I am proud of the many accomplishments that myself and the Council have achieved in our first 7 months. … more
There are several kittens at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter at present, and a young adult female cat. The adult, Rowena, has been spayed, vaccinated, and combo-tested negative; she is a sweet, quiet … more
“Follow the Yellow Brick Road”, from the popular The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was the theme of East Bay Community Action Program’s (EBCAP) 14th annual Seaside Gala on June 8th at the … more
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