September 24, 2021
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Smithfield, RI (September 20, 2021) – Middletown resident Dr. Charles Clarkson has been appointed Director of Avian Research for the Audubon Society of Rhode Island. In this new position, he will … more
Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021, Pierce Memorial Stadium, 1-3 pm, 201 Mercer St. and Fifth St., East Providence, RI 02914 formal ceremony, antique car parade, meet, salute, and thank our veterans … more
In Dec. 1959, Governor Del Sesto asked, a committee was set up in 1960, the public submitted names, 14 bridge memorials were established, and then dedicated on Nov. 11, 1961 for 28 veterans who died … more
Providence, RI: Trinity Repertory Company has announced the full adult cast for their production of A Christmas Carol. The show marks the 45th consecutive year that the organization has produced a … more
Six-year-old, Jaylyn Kenney, presented a donation of $2510.75 from her Lemonade Stand fundraiser to the Town of Seekonk’s Board of Selectman on June 23rd, 2021, for the Seekonk Animal Shelter … more
Senior Class Night was held June 3rd at Seekonk High School in the gymnasium. Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk awarder the Morris Goldberg Scholarships, named for our founder, of $1000 each to two … more
The class of 2021 at Seekonk High School, like many others, have had an extremely difficult year and a half. Regardless, they remained strong, determined and still managed to accomplish so much. The … more
Six year old Jaylyn Kenney from Seekonk raised over $1K at her homemade lemonade stand on Memorial Day in memory of her best bud, Dexter, a miniature Goldendoodle, who recently crossed the rainbow … more
Franklin, MA— May 11, 2021 — The Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School District is pleased to announce all six teams that participated in this year's NASA HUNCH Program … more
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