October 22, 2020
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Both Dighton Elementary and Palmer River Elementary School will be taking appointments for preschool screenings for the 2020-21 school year. Residents of Dighton who have a three or four year old and … more
William Stringfellow, the East Providence and Rhode Island football icon, died on . Widely known to legions of Townie and Rhode Island sports fans, Bill Stringfellow was also called in his younger … more
The town’s Green Energy Committee has been awarded a grant of $148, 380 for being a part of the state’s Green Communities program.The announcement was made by chairperson Carolyn Panofsky … more
In a press release today the city announced details of its home improvement grant program. "Together with the Community Development Office, we have announced a grant and loan program for homeowners … more
A State Primary, a presidential election and early voting all on NEW voting machines. Federal census, which will possibly require redrawing some of Seekonk's precinct lines. Issuing DBA's, town … more
Representative Steven Howitt and the Seekonk Cultural Council have announced the award of fifteen grants totaling $7409 for cultural programs in Seekonk. A complete list of 2020 recipients and grant … more
After fire ripped through the Slater Street location of Rehoboth's Equi Evolution and Remembrance Hill Carriages, a GoFundMe was launched to help them rebuild. In just the first two hours since the … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen extends congratulations to Sebastian and Robert Myers who achieved the designation of Eagle Scout. The brothers are residents of Rehoboth and belong to Troop 24, … more
Riverside Middle School boys basketball avenged their only loss of the season against a strong, previously unbeaten UCAP (Providence) team in a lopsided 77-40 win today at Johnston High School. The … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen will be meeting with Dighton-Rehoboth School Superintendent Anthony Azar and representatives from DESE (Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education) … more
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