September 24, 2017
Police & Fire
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SEEKONK — Kilo, the police K-9 dog that has sniffed out various drugs for three years and helped make dozens of arrests, is now retired.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the … more
October 27, 2017 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM South Seekonk Gun Club 61 Reed Street, Rehoboth, MA 02769 Proceeds to benefit the Seekonk K-9 Unit 50/50 – Raffles – Games Tickets - … more
SEEKONK — Police Detective Sergeant David Enos was presented with the Police Department’s Selectmen Award by Chief Craig Mace on Wednesday.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle … more
SEEKONK — The town has a new police officer.To read more by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the Seekonk High School Boys Soccer Team car wash including the Seekonk Fire Dept. more
Due to predicted rain later tonight and tomorrow, paving on Newman Ave (between Jacoby Way and Lowell St) has been re-scheduled to Thursday (8/24) and Friday (8/25). Additional rain dates for paving … more
On Tuesday, August 8, 2017, the Town of Seekonk will be conducting a special election concerning bond approval for the Seekonk Public Safety Radio Project. The special election is the final step … more
The Seekonk Fire Department has recently received a limited number of Carbon Monoxide detectors as a donation from Kidde, the largest manufacturer of fire safety products in the world. Carbon … more
Representative … more
Seekonk Police Chief Craig A. Mace visited Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School on Thursday, January 22, to pick up an oak podium built by students in the Carpentry Program. Jake … more
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