March 27, 2023
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Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported legislation authorizing $350 million in bond appropriations to help cities and towns maintain their local … more
The Seekonk Water District’s Annual Meeting will be held at 50 Water Lane on May 9th. The meeting will start at 6:00 PM.The main items on the agenda are a vote on the Fiscal Year 2024 Budget … more
Incumbent Seekonk selectmen David Andrade and Adam Petronio are facing challengers Michelle Hines and Pamela Pozzi in the race for two open seats in the April 3 election. Profiles are … more
“Thank you to everyone involved that helped make this event possible! Well organized event and very efficient process conducted. Great collaboration by the Town of Rehoboth and Town of Seekonk … more
The four candidates for Seekonk Board of Selectmen answered questions from local media in a televised forum at TV9 studios. The annual town election is April 3. The moderator was Michael Dressler. … more
The Seekonk School Committee has delayed a decision on whether or not to resume a live broadcast of their meetings on Facebook until the April 10 meeting. Chair Erin Brouillette made the decision … more
Kyle Juckett and Bernie Luger are running for one open seat on the Seekonk School Committee in the April 3 town election. Profiles of the candidates are below. Kyle Juckett Juckett, 37, is … more
Seekonk town election is April 3rd. The two candidates for one open seat on the Seekonk School Committee met in a televised forum at TV9 studios.  Kyle Juckett and Bernie Luger answered fifteen … more
The proposed Seekonk Public Schools budget for the next fiscal year is $36.3 million, a 2.98 percent increase over the current year’s budget. The $36.3 million is the actual cost of operating … more
The implementation of a capital stabilization fund for the Seekonk School Department was faulty, according to Doreen Taylor, a former selectwoman. “Though the warrant was legal, it was not … more
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