December 3, 2020
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Seekonk — Superintendent Rich Drolet is pleased to announce the launch of Seekonk Public Schools' new COVID-19 daily dashboard that will keep community members up-to-date with the district’s … more
Say hello to Gilbert! He is a white and black male Mini Rex who is around 5 years old. He has been neutered and will make a great pet as he is friendly and sweet! He’s also pretty photogenic! … more
Jennie Green, Kindness Rocks Project Ambassador along with her three daughters leaves two dozen rocks at their rock garden at the Blanding Library each week. On Veterans Day we left special rocks at … more
Seekonk Public Schools will remain in a hybrid model for the foreseeable future due to rising rates of Covid-19 in Massachusetts.For the last two weeks of October, the state Department of Health has … more
Voters at the Fall Town Meeting on November 9 will be asked to approve a large number of expenditures, including $500,000 to fund the construction of an ADA compliant sidewalk, new curbing, and … more
Several local churches came together to conduct a community food drive in support of two local food pantries. The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, the Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, and the … more
“2nd Sunday” Fall Open Houses - Nov. 8, Dec. 131:00 - 3:30 pmJohn Hunt Museum - 65 Hunts Mills Road - 02916“ Hikes At Hunt’s”- 1:30 at the GazeboWe welcome you to … more
There has been an ever-changing cat population at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. As of this writing, there are two kittens available. Bea and Benji are littermates about two - three months old. Bea … more
The Town Events Committee's first porch decorating contest was a huge success. We have some very creative and talented residents and that made the judging very difficult. The judges were forced to … more
Boston - State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) would like to remind residents of the 4th Bristol District that protections are still available to landlords and tenants, despite the recent … more
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