November 11, 2019

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Voters at the November 18 town meeting will be asked to approve several expenditures, including $1.4 million for a senior center expansion. The money will be used for renovations of the unused … more
Once again Tracy Adams Capobianco, a former city councilwoman and patriotic volunteer, is organizing a "Holiday for Heroes" effort to bring gifts and holiday cheer during the holiday season. This … 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

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Sports

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

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Schools

Voters at the November 18 town meeting will be asked to approve several expenditures, including $1.4 million for a senior center expansion. The money will be used for renovations of the unused … more
Once again Tracy Adams Capobianco, a former city councilwoman and patriotic volunteer, is organizing a "Holiday for Heroes" effort to bring gifts and holiday cheer during the holiday season. This … 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

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People

Once again Tracy Adams Capobianco, a former city councilwoman and patriotic volunteer, is organizing a "Holiday for Heroes" effort to bring gifts and holiday cheer during the holiday season. This … 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
The East Providence City Council is humbly dedicating its November 19th, 2019 meeting to our local Veterans. The council is inviting all veterans to attend the meeting at City Hall at 7 pm to be … more

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Scouts & Civic Organizations

At our Rotary Luncheon Speaker Program, held on November 4, 2019 we had the pleasure of a presentation of RI Cybercrime Security Support NetworkKnowing where to go and what to do after a cybercrime … more
American Legion Post 311 is having their Annual Turkey Raffle on Friday, November 22nd at the Post Home, 351 Fall River Avenue, Seekonk. Raffle starts at 7:00 pm for 30 turkey baskets that include … more
IntroductionMy name is Nina Grace, I am SPL (Senior Patrol Leader) of Troop 9 Seekonk Scouts BSA. We are the first all girl troop from Seekonk. My Scout Masters are Mrs. Beth Eklund and Mrs. Kathy … more

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Seniors

The East Providence City Council is humbly dedicating its November 19th, 2019 meeting to our local Veterans. The council is inviting all veterans to attend the meeting at City Hall at 7 pm to be … more
Seekonk selectmen are mulling over the possible use of the Old Town Hall on Taunton Avenue. At one time, the building housed the police department.The property had been sold to the Seaconke … more
Voters at the November 18 town meeting will be asked to appropriate $1.4 million for renovations of the unused space in the Seekonk senior center at 540 Arcade Avenue. The first floor is used for the … more

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Police & Fire

Another vote to appoint Christopher MacKenzie as the new Seekonk Police Chief was indefinitely postponed.Town administrator Shawn Cadime announced Wednesday that some new information about MacKenzie … more
The Board of Selectmen will now be continuing their search for a new Fire Chief in addition to a new Police Chief. Contract negotiations with Frederick MacDonald were unsuccessful, according to a … more
Seekonk, MA – On October 19, 2019, the Seekonk Police & Fire Hockey Team held its 4th annual “Pucks for Paws Hockey Benefit” in memory of Karen McHugh. Karen was a Seekonk town … more

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Churches

Doorways food pantry wants to thank the parishioners of Our Lady of Mount Carmel church for their generosity in a recent parish food drive. An enormous amount of food was donated by the parish, and … more
“Joy to the World,” a beloved Christmas classic, turns 300 this year. Composer Isaac Watt’s interpretation of Psalm 98 invites us to sing a “new song” — and it is … more
Rumford, RI – Saturday, December 7, 2019 between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM Newman Congregational Church, UCC will host their 23rd Annual Mission Bazaar. All proceeds are donated to various charities. … more

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