September 25, 2020
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Seekonk – The Seekonk Cultural Council announces today that proposals to receive funding to support community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs are due Monday, November 16, 2020 … more
The town is still without a Police Chief. The Seekonk Board of Selectmen voted for Dean Isabella to serve as the town’s top cop last June. Chairman Justin Sullivan recently told the Reporter … more
Boston – State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) has successfully maintained a perfect voting record for the 2019-2020 legislative session, participating in all 267 roll call votes … more
Monday, October 19 to November 27, 2020 The town DPW will be collecting yard waste curbside from Monday, October 19, to Friday, November 27. Collection will be done on the same days as the … more
Longtime Seekonk resident Nancy Messinger died in March 2020, but she will be well remembered for her lifelong work to preserve the natural beauty of Seekonk and the habitat of its wildlife. As a … more
Meet Clarence. This sweet tiger kitty is approximately 3 years old and is available for adoption. Sadly, his mom passed away and his dad cannot care for him. He is an adorable crossed eyed, neutered … more
The latest statistics from the Massachusetts Department of Health reveal Seekonk and Rehoboth are not being hit with large numbers of Covid-19 cases. Seekonk reported 8 positive cases within the … more
The opening of Aitken Elementary School has been delayed for two weeks. Seekonk School Superintendent Rich Drolet and Principal John Haidemenos sent a letter to parents on Thursday. Dear Aitken … more
Seekonk High School Sports had been set to resume on September 18, but will now be delayed due to concerns about athletes being infected with Covid-19. The Southcoast Conference Superintendents … more
Town officials are planning a memorial to honor past members of the Board of Selectmen. The discussion was held following the news that former selectman Dave Parker had passed away on August … more
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