January 29, 2022
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A recent break-in at the Anawan School has prompted the Board of Selectmen to order the first floor windows and entrances to be boarded up. On Thursday, Rehoboth Police arrested Ryan Bouffard, from … more
The Town of Seekonk extended its closure of all municipal buildings through February 11. A message posted Thursday on the town website read: Due to COVID related staffing shortages, it is … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen discussed a proposed solar project for Fall River Avenue. The site will be located on a landfill behind the American Legion. “I’m confident that this can … more
State House – Sen. Valarie J. Lawson (D-Dist. 14, East Providence) has introduced a bill which eliminates the sales tax on cloth or disposable face masks and facial coverings.“As much as … more
Rehoboth - The Annual Town Election The Annual Town Election for the Town of Rehoboth will be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 with the polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. – All four (4) precincts … more
The client families of the Doorways food pantry were served a delicious surprise this Christmas - a large assortment of home baked goodness from D’s Lectables bakery, courtesy of proprietor and … more
The new Federal Express Ground terminal on Route 6 has wasted no time in pitching in to help support the Seekonk community. Last December, the employees of FedEx conducted a food drive to benefit the … more
Nearly all the animals at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter have been adopted in recent months. This is wonderful but does make for a shortage of creatures to feature this month. There is our crotchety cat … more
Birthday presentsFor our Rehoboth families facing challenging times The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc. has expanded its mission...to include Birthday Gifts to support our Rehoboth Children. Please … more
The Seekonk Public Schools is making some major changes to its Covid-19 testing protocols in accordance with DESE (Department of Elementary and Secondary Education) and the Department of Public … more
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