October 18, 2019
Town News
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Acting Police Chief David Enos is out. The Seekonk Board of Selectmen intend to appoint Christopher MacKenzie as the new Police Chief at their Wednesday meeting. MacKenzie has served as deputy … more
Selectmen have mandated that chickens undergo biannual inspections as part of a proposed amendment to the town’s zoning bylaws. The board previously agreed to allow residents to keep a maximum … more
The East Providence Police Department reports the arrest of Anthony DeBarros, Age 57, of Seth Street in East Providence. DeBarros is charged with Obtaining Money under False Pretenses and Unlawful … more
EEE is most commonly transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito. The mosquitoes that carry this virus are common throughout the state, and are found in urban as well as more rural … more
The deteriorating water quality of the Shad Factory Pond on Reed Street has had a detrimental impact on the fish life and has prompted discussions among various agencies regarding the removal of the … more
October arrives with crisp, colorful days that bid a melancholy farewell to Summer. Great apples, pumpkins, the World Series, football, Halloween and a long Columbus Day weekend thrown in. … more
During the October 3rd, 2019 East Providence City Council budget workshop, it was disclosed that the city has $67,476 in a special account to be used specifically for parks and recreation. The money, … more
The Townie girls soccer team sits in first place atop the Division II standings after a fast start to the season. EP is 8-0 with one tie to date. The tie came in an exciting 2-2 game against … more
Seekonk Parks and Recreation will be having our annual Trunk or Treat Event on Saturday October 26th from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Hurley Middle School. This will be a fun event for kids of all ages. Come … more
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