April 18, 2019
Town News
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Blue Bags can be purchased at the following locations at a cost of $6.20 per roll of 10 for the small bags and $10.10 per roll of 10 of the large bags. Crossroads 822 Fall River Ave. Good Seed 138 … more
The Pawtucket Red Sox and PawSox Foundation, together with the City of East Providence, have teamed up to roll out a $5,000 scholarship program for East Providence Little League ball players in need. … more
East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva, in conjunction with the Bristol County Water Authority (BCWA) held an emergency City Hall briefing at 1:00 pm, today, April 11, 2019. The Mayor and BCWA Director, … more
I enjoy being a bird and nature photographer whenever I can pick up my camera and get outdoors. Over the past five years, I’ve produced a “For the Birds” desk calendar with some of … more
Boneyard Barbecue Restaurant Damaged by FireIn early March, a fire at Boneyard Barbecue Restaurant in North Seekonk, caused damages in the amount of $75,000 to $80,000 according to an article in the … more
Happy Spring everyone. As always April started off with the annual Town Election April 1st. I would like to thank The Seekonk Reporter for extending the submission deadline so we could include the … more
SEEKONK — The local police department is again under scrutiny as a former lieutenant faces a larceny charge after allegedly making false claims to get paid for working details, according to the … more
It’s no secret homeowners get some pretty incredible tax breaks, but did you know Massachusetts is one of only a handful of states that offers renters a tax credit? Massachusetts made Rent.com’s … more
Seekonk and Rehoboth voters favored incumbents but went opposite ways with referendum questions on the ballots in Monday's annual town elections.To read more by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on … more
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