September 24, 2017
Town News
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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
Starting on October 16th, yard waste and brush will be collected curbside on the day of your usual trash and recycling pick-up. This will be done each week for the last two weeks in October and the … more
In anticipation of Hurricane Jose, the Seekonk Department of Public Works has announced trash pick-up for Wednesday has been postponed to Thursday. The remainder of Seekonk trash routes, Thursday and … more
October 14th & 15th 11:00 – 4:00 P.M. Rain or Shine! This open studios, self guided tour concept allows the public to peek into the world of local artists. The visitor can walk right in to … more
The Board of Directors of Seekonk Cable Access will be scheduling a show for the candidates for State Senator representing our town in the Oct. 17th election. We will be inviting them to our TV9 … more
Wednesday, October 25, 2017Seekonk High School4:30 PM - 7:00 PM Open SeatingPasta Supper - RafflesAdults: $10; Children Ages: 4 –12 $5;Children 3 & Under Free Take Outs will be … 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
Please join the Town of Seekonk and the Seekonk Schools in commemorating the 16th anniversary of the terrible loss this nation suffered as the result of the terrorist attacks on September 11, … more
Seekonk’s 1st Annual Family Fun Day was held on Saturday, August 12 behind the Dr. Kevin M. Hurley Middle School. Over 350 people attended the free event, which was organized by the Salvation Army … more
Seekonk Save A Pet would like to thank Tyler and Adam of R-L Prints Photography for their generous donation to Seekonk Save A Pet to benefit our homeless pets at the Seekonk Animal Shelter. They have … more
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