February 26, 2021
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Florence M. (Potts) Whelan, 89, of Seekonk, passed away on Friday, February 19, 2021 at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center.  She was the wife of the late Frederick F. Whelan, Sr. Originally, … more
February 25, 2021 Michael Healy Bio Mike Healy’s candidacy for the Board of Selectman comes with being rooted in the Seekonk community. Mike has been a lifelong resident of Seekonk for over … more
Members of the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional school committee were critical of Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) Commissioner Jeffrey Riley’s proposal to return elementary … more
More students are returning to in-person instruction as Covid-19 rates continue to drop in Seekonk. Kindergarten through Grade 2 students returned on Tuesday. On March 2, Grade 6 students at Hurley … more
Renowned conductor Stefan Asbury conducting Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra inexquisite works for winds: Dvorak’s spirited Serenade, the Petite symphonie by opera master Charles Gounod, and Stravinsky’s brilliant Symphonies of Wind … more
Throughout the pandemic, JDP has found creative, safe ways to keep children and young adults engaged in theatre from livestreamed cabarets to outdoor creative arts camps...but now, they are ready to … more
Pack 1 Rehoboth congratulates the Arrow of Light den on earning their final Cub Scout rank. On February 6th, a ceremony was held to award the badges and mark the end of their Cub Scout journey. In … more
March 13th, 2021 / $5.00 Covid-19 Special suggested donation March 20th, 2021 / $10.00 suggested donation March 27th, 2021 / $15.00 suggested donation 5:00-8:00 P.M.RSVP NOW - Tickets – … more
Laura Schwall has been serving the Town of Rehoboth in the capacity as Town Clerk since 2013. During this time she has weathered pandemics, fiscal crises, wildly changing election rules, and … more
Seekonk Congregational Church UCC is open for in-person services Sundays at 9:30 AM in the Sanctuary at 600 Fall River Avenue, Seekonk, MA. Masks and safe distancing are required. Advance … more
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