January 26, 2021
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Open burning season is upon us again. It begins on January 15th and runs to May 1st. Please remember all three stations are closed to the public due to Covid-19 so in-person purchases will no longer … more
Join a virtual birding workshop with Audubon and learn the basics about local bird species and where to find them in winter. Then head outside to practice your new birding skills on your own, or join … more
Jules Hope Chest a local non-profit is proud to announce the winners for our Reindeer Raffle Winners from our 25 days of Christmas daily raffle from the 1st - 25th of December 2020. Below the winners … more
March 14th, 20211:00-4:00 P.M.$15.00 suggested donation per plateRSVP NOW - Tickets Only – No Walk-Ins Take Outs are welcomeDEADLINE DATE FOR TICKETS IS MARCH 5th!! *********Under Ma. Covid-19 … more
The Rehoboth Town Events Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the holiday decorating competition. The quality of the competition was exceptional! The most difficult part for the committee … more
East Providence, R.I. –The East Providence Department of Public Works will be collecting and chipping Christmas trees for use as mulch for City projects. Residents have the option of dropping … more
Warm this Winter: The Southeastern MA Paws of Comfort Lions and the South Attleboro Village Lions send a huge THANK YOU for your generous participation in our recent coat drive. You donated: 170 … more
The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving would like to thank the entire community for their generosity supporting this year’s Blizzard of Giving. You exceeded our expectations and made certain numerous … more
Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and that your holidays were, if nothing else, peaceful. We are all hoping that 2021 will be a much better year. Please try to … more
The town DPW will be picking up natural Christmas trees curbside from January 4- January 29, 2021. The pickup days will correspond to the days of your normal trash and recycling collection. As usual, … more
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