October 29, 2020
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Several local churches came together to conduct a community food drive in support of two local food pantries. The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, the Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, and the … more
In spite of the coronavirus pandemic, a special town meeting will be held on December 1 at the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School in North Dighton.Selectmen chairman Skip Vadnais explained the … more
A second positive case of Covid-19 has been reported in Seekonk schools.Superintendent Rich Drolet announced Monday that an individual at Martin Elementary School has tested positive.“Martin … more
“2nd Sunday” Fall Open Houses - Nov. 8, Dec. 131:00 - 3:30 pmJohn Hunt Museum - 65 Hunts Mills Road - 02916“ Hikes At Hunt’s”- 1:30 at the GazeboWe welcome you to … more
East Providence, RI – East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP), in collaboration with the City of East Providence Fire Department, will institute a program called “Safe Stations” … more
East Providence, RI – The East Providence Public Works Department, Recycling/Refuse Division announces that the Forbes Street compost site will be open to residents on the following Saturdays … more
Four months after the Board of Selectmen selected Dean Isabella to serve as the new Police Chief, an investigation into his background is still not complete.  “I can tell you that the … more
The latest statistics from the Massachusetts Department of Health reveal a continued increase in Covid-19 cases during the October 4 through 17 test period. The towns where increases have been … more
There has been an ever-changing cat population at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. As of this writing, there are two kittens available. Bea and Benji are littermates about two - three months old. Bea … more
The Town Events Committee's first porch decorating contest was a huge success. We have some very creative and talented residents and that made the judging very difficult. The judges were forced to … more
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