February 24, 2021
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Last month’s article focused on research on the benefits of hiking and spending time outdoors in nature for both our physical and mental well-being. The Land Trust followed up that story with a … more
February 19, 2021 On February 10, 2021 former Seekonk Fire Chief Michael Healy, officially put his name into the race for the Seekonk Board of Selectmen at the upcoming annual town election on … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) is pleased to announce the release of more than $50 million in one-time state funding to assist local school districts, charter schools … more
On Saturday April 3rd the Seekonk Fire Museum will honor Gary McNally who passed away last July. The Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to noon and is located at 211 Newman Avenue in Seekonk. Gary was … more
The Results are in!Last month’s article focused on research on the benefits of hiking and spending time outdoors in nature for both our physical and mental well-being. The Land Trust followed … more
Meet Stanley. Stanley is a neutered male about 4 years old. He is neutered, micro-chipped, up to date on vaccines and felv/fiv neg. He is super friendly with everyone and likes to help with whatever … more
This year’s contest for two open seats on the Seekonk Board of Selectmen will pit incumbents Christopher Zorra and David Viera against challengers Nelson Almeida, Michael Healy, and Doug Brown. … more
I am looking for a civic minded person to run for a three-year term as a Seekonk Water Commissioner. The Board of Water Commissioners meets once a month and provides policy and oversight for the … more
Happy February - We hope everyone has a wonderful month. Happy Valentine’s Day and as a reminder the Town Offices will be closed to take your phone calls or scheduled appointments on Monday … more
The Board of Selectmen has voiced their opposition to the construction of a new asphalt plant which would be in close proximity to a residential neighborhood. Last month, the Planning Board voted to … more
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