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
Travel Weekly and TravelAge West host top travel advisors at Global Travel Marketplace Travel Weekly and TravelAge West are proud to announce that Denise Poliquin, lifelong resident of Seekonk, was … more
SE Mass Xtreme 18U takes second place in Cape Cod College Showcase in Swansea, Ma July 15-16 more
SE Mass Xtreme 18U takes 1st place in Silver Championship of the Tradition College Showcase in Wallinford, CT this past weekend. more
Last year, our grand prize winner was Seekonk student Camden Lander, who received a visit and soccer clinic with New England Revolution players at his school, the George R. Martin Elementary School … more
A reunion is being planned for Saturday, August 19th. Invitations have been sent. If you are a classmate and have not received an invite or want more info please contact the committee via email at … more
Orono, Maine — The University of Maine recognized 2,303 students for achieving Dean's List honors in the spring 2017 semester. Of the students who made the Dean's List, 1,727 are from Maine, … more
East Providence, RI – The Bay View Academy community recognizes those students who demonstrate above average scholastic achievement on a quarterly basis via the Honor Roll. A student in grade … more
On June 22 the Rhode Island and Bristol County Massachusetts Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee held a luncheon to honor the 100 students who were each awarded a $1,000 scholarship. The luncheon was … more
Seekonk, Massachusetts - The non-profit organization Kicking for Causes held a fundraising event and raised over $30,000 for the American Heart and Stroke Association at Rocky Silva’s American … more
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