October 2, 2022
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Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt, R-Seekonk, maintained a perfect voting record for the 2021-2022 legislative session, participating in all 286 roll call votes recorded in the House … more
The annual “Scouting for Food” food drive is coming on November 5. The Scouts from BSA Troops 1 and 9, and the Cub Scouts from Pack 88, will be collecting donations from homes in Seekonk and … more
Penny and Phoenix are 5-month-old sibling black female kittens. Phoenix has a white splash on her neck. They arrived at the shelter when they were around 7 weeks old and were very skittish, but they … more
On Sunday, October 2, 2022 Newman Congregational Church, United Church of Christ has invited members of the Pokanoket Native American Tribe to join us for our 10 AM service followed immediately by … more
Don “Coop” Cooper was selected as the new District Superintendent at our May 24th, 2022, meeting. He brings 30 years of experience in the Water industry to our organization. This … more
There’s an old saying that it’s always the same people who make things work – the people who join the PTA are the same people who coach the youth sports teams, are the same people … more
Ripley is a 1-year-old, gorgeous shepherd mix who has beautiful brindle coat with streaks of gold! She’s an all-around sweet girl who is affectionate, loves laps and enjoys riding in the car. … more
Superintendent Robert F. Bernardo became Superintendent of Seekonk Water District 17 years ago. He started work with us on May 2nd, 2005.At that time the SWD had 9 employees, 99 miles of water mains, … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted to support legislation promoting equity in the state’s cannabis industry and clarifying the parameters of host … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted to support legislation to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts. House Bill 5164, An Act regulating sports wagering, … more
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