Seekonk triplets determined to curb distracted driving
Last year, the three teens talked to legislators about the dangers of distracted driving and highlighted the need for "no phone zones" nationwide, and fought for more public education on the topic.
Friday Dec 6
Town Manager Discusses Norton Traffic With State Officials
Norton Town Manager Michael Yunits said he recently sat down with state officials to discuss persistent traffic problems in town.
Somerset Berkley students get high grades on Advanced Placement test
Somerset Berkley Regional School Committee Chairman Richard Peirce said that the most recent Advanced Placement test results of students at the high school are among the highest in the state.
Questionable practices at medical marijuana clinic exposed
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Seekonk police issue advisory about suspicious car
Police Chief Craig Mace sent out a Code Red message at 2:20 p.m. Friday alerting residents that a silver Subaru station wagon, with a 4- to 6-inch black stripe on the side, Massachusetts plates and a loud exhaust, drove alongside a teen walking to his bus stop on Mohawk Drive at 7 a.m., and tried to engage him in conversation.