May 5, 2021
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“I am for a new library, just not now” is a comment frequently heard. It reminds me of my Mother when she didn’t want to say “no” and would say instead: … more
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to Francis Farm as we knew it. After leaving there in July 2014 I had always hoped the new owner could make it work. I had even hoped to go back one day … more
Have you ever wondered what happens to a loan amount once Town Meeting approves it? Picture sitting in the auditorium listening to the sales pitch, because basically that is what it is. “We … more
I would like to thank the Lorax in our community who are speaking for our trees and natural places. Marsha Hood's letter on the proposed Camp Buxton solar project was incredibly informative and … more
Please consider the effects of continuing to borrow money without setting a percentage of outstanding debt balances.The articles asking for, yet another School project and the Library should NOT go … more
My name is Joshua Troiano. On Saturday March 27, at approximately noon my father and I entered Seekonk High School in which we were seeking to watch (and my dad vote) the town meeting. We followed … more
Some towns are considering banning the sale of liquor "nips" - those small plastic or glass bottles containing about 50 mls of liquor. A reason cited by the proponents is that these small bottles … more
The humbleCrocusLeads The charge.Up fromThe ground.Not very Large.Out inThe sun.Not far From ice.They areSo brave.They areSo nice.Thank youDon Gardner Seekonk, MA more
Attention Neighbors, and Seekonk Voters,  I am respectfully asking you to vote for me , Michael P. Healy, for Selectman on Monday April 5, 2021, at the Seekonk High School. Polling hours are … more
 Be Frugal and Vote for Doug Brown who will use common sense in all spending decisions. I am announcing my candidacy for Selectmen for the Town of Seekonk.  I have been a public servant … more
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