December 14, 2018
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On behalf of myself and Seekonk Recycling Committee, I would like to thank those volunteers who participated in the First Annual Fall Litter Patrol event on the weekend of November 3-4, 2018. The … more
The march of time Has left them here. All stand in line, All free from fear. At ease tbey've Let go of their guns. They don't advance And they don't run. Their wars on … more
Previously I proposed that the fundamental crisis in America is human brokenness – our disconnection from one another. Psychoanalyst Erich Fromm, in The Art of Loving, stated that the … more
Discussions around space at the elementary school level began in 2015. Together, the School Department and School Committee have openly explored numerous reconfiguration options all while taking into … more
As the leaves turn gold, and the calendar moves to a close, the volunteers and clients of Doorways food pantry would again like to thank the residents of Seekonk for their continuing support for our … more
My Name is Doug Metz. I am an OWNER of a townhouse in greenbrier village Condo complex in Seekonk have owned my townhouse since September of 2009. As you are probably aware the Developer ( Mr. … more
Veteran's Cemetery The march of timeHas left them here.All stand in lineAll free from fear.At ease they'veLet go of their guns.They don't advanceAnd they don't run.Their Wars on landAnd in their … more
I am voting for Senator Paul Feeney on Nov. 6th because he listens to his constituents, advocates on our behalf and delivers for our district. Senator Feeney has held dozens of Office Hours … more
I was there, as were many of you, in 1984 when Superintendent of Schools Myron J. Francis instituted the first Townie Pride parade. It was held during the centennial celebration of East Providence … more
Across the nation women are fighting for a right to their reproductive health services and facing economic injustices including unfair living wages, education, and political structure. As … more
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