January 23, 2018
Letters
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I have participated in town government in one-way shape or form for well over (20) years. When it comes to elections, we as a community need to be certain that those seeking our votes will serve in a … more
Never has there been a Warrant so poorly presented to the people of Seekonk as the one presented on Monday, November 13, 2017. Each money article, half the warrant, totaling $771,182.92 was … more
On behalf of the Seekonk Recycling Committee, I would like to take the opportunity to thank those individuals and families who took part in the America Recycles Day event at the Seekonk Public … more
I had recently become aware of an incredible opportunity offered by WaterFire (WaterFire Access Program). However, the surprise turned out to be on me — after I had booked a “surprise” ride for … more
My grampa, my hero [Photo gallery]
With all the negativity going on in the world today I wanted to share something positive and heartwarming. My grandfather Robert E Denham jr. left this world November 14th at 11:20 am. He was without … more
My family has lived in Rehoboth since 1997 and just like so many others who’ve moved into town from surrounding communities, we enjoy the country and rural feel combined with the convenience of … more
Ode to a Seekonk Squirrel We own some land near 44 and share it with the Squirrels Turkeys, Goundhogs, Fox, and Deer, and most obey my rules. Stay away from the house, the garage and my … more
Our "Mom-Prom" event at Hillside Country Club on January 31st to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society proved very successful. Huge thanks to all involved including all who attended (or … more
I am happy to see a return to the old Rehoboth where people could disagree politically and not have to become mortal enemies because of their differences. The recently deposed Reform party became … more
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