November 24, 2020
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On Wednesday, November 18, 2020 our Board of Selectmen approved the recommendation from the Town Administrator to fill the position of Police Chief. In my lifetime of “active” duty as a … more
As we transition into the holiday season, we would like to pass along reminders and best practices for staying healthy and safe during the holidays.• Limit gathering size: Indoor gatherings at … more
I am quite concerned with the haste this city council is in to try to take the Metacomet property away from its current owners. I can appreciate the passion of those wanting to keep things as is but … more
Black Friday is coming! Everywhere you look there’s a good deal to be had. And this year, most people aren’t even going to the stores, but that won’t stop the sales from coming to … more
Gun shots causing property damage are occurring in North Seekonk. As a recent recipient of one of these attacks by an unknown perpetrator, I am faced with a thousand dollar deductible on the bill for … more
You’ve been there. You open up a holiday sale email, and the colorful images of trendy new items make you drool a little. You click into the store, ready to shop for Christmas gifts. … more
The stories we tell ourselves have a direct impact on what we believe about life. I don’t know about you, but I can easily get carried away by crazy thoughts running through my head—like … more
In response to Mr. Siegel’s explanation of the proposed Solar Farm at Camp Buxton at 90 Pond Street, I would like to make it known that there are significant reasons to continue to evaluate the … more
Let’s keep our towns and cities safe from the coronavirus. I see to many people come into stores without masks on. More than 16,500 people now have died from the coronavirus in New England as … more
 The best Halloween decoration I saw in October was a fake tombstone with some dirt and a shovel next to it. The simple inscription read “2020”. Yes! I think we all want to bury this … more
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