November 21, 2019
Sports
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$200,000 was appropriated for a new athletic field at Seekonk High School by voters at last Monday’s town meeting.“I am grateful that the town approved this first step,” said School … more
DRS Hockey Team Fundraiser Clam Boil Friday ,January 17 7:00 PM more
The Dighton-Rehoboth Falcons dominated every facet of a football game Friday night on the road at Norton and walked away with a 31-0 victory. more
East Providence High School participated in the annual NCAA National Letter of Intent and Signing Day today at the high school. "We are proud today to celebrate the college signing of three of our … more
ABINGTON - The Seekonk football team won the opening coin toss, deferred to the second half and lined up to kick off against Abington Friday night. more
Seekonk and Dighton-Rehoboth met on the basketball court Thursday afternoon, and there were plenty of fast-break layups, jump shots, assists, steals, rebounds, 3-pointers and even some blocked shots. more
(Disclosure: The writer, Bob Rodericks is a 1972 Townie Graduate!) November usually means the end of the nice fall weather as the region begins to prepare for the doldrums of winter. It also means … more
SEEKONK - Cardinal Spellman turned the tables on Seekonk Wednesday night in the girls soccer playoffs, applying constant pressure and finding the back of the net four times in a 4-2 … more
November usually means the end of the nice fall weather as the region begins to prepare for the doldrums of winter. It also means football and turkey for many. For Townies, the tradition of playing … more
The first Townie Pride Parade began in 1984 which was the centennial celebration of East Providence High School. Superintendent of Schools, Myron J. Francis, Class of 1947, officially coined the … more
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