April 20, 2019
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Taylor Babcock hardly worked up a sweat as she tossed a no-hitter in a runaway Townie victory in girls softball on Thursday, 4/18 at EPHS. The near-perfect game was halted by a league mercy rule … more
Blue Bags can be purchased at the following locations at a cost of $6.20 per roll of 10 for the small bags and $10.10 per roll of 10 of the large bags. Crossroads 822 Fall River Ave. Good Seed 138 … more
The Pawtucket Red Sox and PawSox Foundation, together with the City of East Providence, have teamed up to roll out a $5,000 scholarship program for East Providence Little League ball players in need. … more
East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva, in conjunction with the Bristol County Water Authority (BCWA) held an emergency City Hall briefing at 1:00 pm, today, April 11, 2019. The Mayor and BCWA Director, … more
I enjoy being a bird and nature photographer whenever I can pick up my camera and get outdoors. Over the past five years, I’ve produced a “For the Birds” desk calendar with some of … more
Boneyard Barbecue Restaurant Damaged by FireIn early March, a fire at Boneyard Barbecue Restaurant in North Seekonk, caused damages in the amount of $75,000 to $80,000 according to an article in the … more
Happy Spring everyone. As always April started off with the annual Town Election April 1st. I would like to thank The Seekonk Reporter for extending the submission deadline so we could include the … more
SEEKONK — The local police department is again under scrutiny as a former lieutenant faces a larceny charge after allegedly making false claims to get paid for working details, according to the … more
It’s no secret homeowners get some pretty incredible tax breaks, but did you know Massachusetts is one of only a handful of states that offers renters a tax credit? Massachusetts made Rent.com’s … more
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