February 26, 2021
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Please note that until further notice, the library is providing curbside pick up and online services only. Although the building is not open for browsing you may contact the library for assistance or … more
The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving would like to thank the entire community for their generosity supporting this year’s Blizzard of Giving. You exceeded our expectations and made certain numerous … more
Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and that your holidays were, if nothing else, peaceful. We are all hoping that 2021 will be a much better year. Please try to … more
The town DPW will be picking up natural Christmas trees curbside from January 4- January 29, 2021. The pickup days will correspond to the days of your normal trash and recycling collection. As usual, … more
There is no question, 2020 has been a difficult year for so many of us, and though we have now turned the page to 2021, there is so much positive to reflect on from such a tumultuous 2020.First and … more
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is characterized as a type of depression that is related to changes in seasons, typically tied to the start of fall and persisting into the winter months. We know … more
East Providence, RI – The East Providence Public Works Department, Recycling/Refuse Division announces that all household rubbish, recycling, regularly collected on Friday, Dec. 25, 2020, will … more
The Fuller Creative Learning Center continues its schedule of programs and workshops. The schedule for January includes:Adults/Young AdultsVirtual Portuguese Soup Demo - Tuesday, January 5 6:00pm … more
Seekonk, MA – The Seekonk Public Library presents the following virtual programs for students in grades 6-12.*Teen Advisory BoardThursday Jan 7, 2021 at 4:00 PMThe Teen Advisory Board is a … more
Attleboro, MA, December 16, 2020 – Jesse Maser, RN, a nurse in the Emergency Department at Sturdy Memorial Hospital. Jesse was the first person at the Hospital to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, … more
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