January 29, 2020
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The undefeated Riverside Middle School boys’ basketball team is on a roll after a 75-55 win over Warwick Vets this week. “Our boys completed a perfect home regular season with the victory over … more
Officials from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Mass DOT) told residents Tuesday a roundabout at the intersection of Route 44 (Winthrop Street) and Route 118 (Bay State Road) would be … more
The Republican Caucus to nominate candidates for the, Tuesday, April 7, 2020 Town Election will be held on Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 7:30 p.m., at the COA - Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center … more
State House — The Senate is scheduled to vote on legislation that would ban 3-D printed guns during its session tomorrow, Wednesday, January 29. The bill was initially on today’s Senate … more
The East Providence Waterfront is growing as a positive community discussion. The art of common sense and mature suggestions is certainly welcomed by all who are involved. I'm excited as a city … more
The Governor’s office of Commerce and Business announced several awards today, January 28, 2020 impacting potential economic development. Included in the announcement is the RI Waterfront … more
The search for a new Chief for the Seekonk Police Department will be continuing, says Board of Selectmen chairman David Andrade. Selectmen have hired a consulting firm to screen candidates. The … more
State House – The House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing tomorrow on legislation introduced by Representative Susan Donovan to protect the environment and wildlife by banning the … more
State Representative Steven S. Howitt and Molly Lewandowski, chair of the Rehoboth Cultural Council, have announced the award of 17 grants totaling $6,800, for cultural programs in Rehoboth. The … more
As we close the book on another year, the volunteers and clients of Doorways food pantry would again like to thank the residents of Seekonk for their continuing support for our mission to help our … more
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