December 3, 2020
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Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) today opposed a sweeping policing reform bill, saying it goes too far and could ultimately compromise public safety by deterring … more
All precautions and safety measures for Covid-19 are in place to protect our Veterans and Drivers. If are a Veteran in need of a ride to the VA Hospital, clinics, doctors appointment other medical … more
We at Doorways Food Pantry would like to extend a heartfelt "thank you" to the SHS Boys' Soccer Team and SHS Athletic Boosters who organized a food drive in response to our plea for support in this … more
There is a handsome grey long-haired cat at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. Harvey is a large neutered male with a bit of a Maine Coon look. He has been vaccinated and combo-tested negative. For more … more
If you or your family have attended Seekonk public schools or used the public library, it's likely you've benefited from educational grants sponsored by the Seekonk Land Conservation Trust (SLCT). … more
East Providence School Committee chairman, Charles Tsonos will face political newcomer, Michael Budziszek this November in a challenge to retain his seat. Budziszek is an associate professor and … more
The Rehoboth Park Commission is putting on its annual Free Concerts at the Veterans Memorial, every Sunday in August. Enjoy and be safe. Music, Fun, EntertainmentFree ConcertsDonations would be … more
The Board of Selectmen plan to make changes to the intersection of Barney Avenue and Fall River Avenue (Route 6), which was the site of a horrific three car crash last month.“There are some … more
MC's for the night: Mary Nascimento and Heather Resendes, EPLAC Co-ChairsThank you to School Committee members, Admin, and Principals and DIrectorsOpening remarks from Superintendent Kathryn … more
The Hornbine School will not open until further notice in response to the COVID-19 Virus. For the first time in many years, we were unable to have classes visit the school in the Spring and we have … more
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