April 7, 2020
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I've just about given up walking my dog in the Passive Use Park behind the Seekonk Library. Too many times a peaceful outing is interrupted by an unleashed dog charging at us from out of the woods. … more
Entering the home1. Take your shoes off at the door 2. Wash your hands3. Spray the soles of your shoes with a cleaning solution4. Returning from work, follow steps above - thenPut all your clothes … more
Who callsThem hereThis timeOf year?They enter Spring soMadly.Their silver Storms theWaterfall Which addsUnto their Madness.I rootFor themAnd wishI hadThe courageOf theseRaging shad.Don Gardner … more
Sunday, March 15Dear Friends,As you know, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and neighboring states are experiencing an outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. COVID-19 is a respiratory disease in which … more
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Seekonk sponsored their 24th Taste of the Towns on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Grand Rose Ballroom at the Clarion Inn, 940 Fall River Avenue (route … more
To the Seekonk Voters, I endorse Ms. Lydia Cordeiro for the open seat (one-year term) on the Seekonk Board of Water Commissioner in the upcoming election. She has the ability and the desire to … more
Greetings residents of Seekonk.  My name is Bryan P. Mulvey and I am running for town clerk. The role of town clerk is one that is humble and unassuming but one of great responsibility.  … more
Dear Neighbor and Fellow Seekonk Resident, I am writing to respectfully ask that you consider me, Adam Petronio, for Selectman when you vote at the April 6th Annual town election.  As a … more
Once upon a time, there was a village in a land ruled by an evil king. The people in the village were very unhappy because the king’s men took almost everything they had, leaving them just … more
“People like to criticize the Board of Selectmen.” These were the words of our Town Administrator Wednesday night when questioned about the process of hiring a Police Chief and a Fire … more
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