February 18, 2019
Police & Fire
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Franklin, MA – Auto Collision Career Program students at the Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School have given a Town of Seekonk fire pickup truck a breadth of life by fully … more
The East Providence Police Department reports the arrest of Matthew Golding Age 32 of 24 Cambridge Street Providence, RI on the charges of 2 counts of 1st Degree Child Molestation and 2 counts of 2nd … more
The Central Volunteer Fire Association and the Seekonk Fire Museum are proud to announce the purchase of a 1953 Maxim Fire Engine. The truck was originally purchased in March 1953 and was Branford, … more
Purchasing Be sure the stove you are purchasing to burn wood or coal is approved by Underwriter’s Laboratory or another recognized testing laboratory. Installation A building permit … more
The Rehoboth Fire Department would like to congratulate the residents and taxpayers of the Town of Rehoboth for the delivery of their new Ladder 1. The ladder was delivered today and training has … more
The Massachusetts Fire Service Commission granted accreditation to Assistant Chief Mark Haskell of the Rehoboth Fire Department on September 18, 2018 who has demonstrated the required fire service … more
The Rehoboth Fire Department is pleased to announce the appointment of Chief Francis Barresi to the Massachusetts Fire Training Council on October 15, 2018. The Massachusetts Fire Training Council is … more
Purchasing • Be sure the stove you are purchasing to burn wood or coal is approved by Underwriter’s Laboratory or another recognized testing laboratory. Installation • A … more
Boston, MA – On Friday, December 14, the Seekonk, MA Police Department received a certificate of appreciation for the department’s fundraising efforts during the 2018 First Responder … more
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