August 1, 2021
Police & Fire
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Seekonk Fire Chief David Rave appeared in court Tuesday and plead not guilty to domestic assault and domestic disorderly conduct charges. Rave, 52, was arrested June 18 at his Cranston home. He … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen say there was no violation of the state’s Open Meeting Law regarding their discussions of the appointment of Dean Isabella as Police Chief. Doreen Taylor, a … more
Seekonk Fire Chief David Rave was arrested Friday at his Cranston home and charged  with domestic simple assault and disorderly conduct. "It is the Town's policy not to publicly comment on … more
The Seekonk Fire Department has upgraded both of their Engine 1 and Engine 2 Fire Companies to the paramedic level. The paramedic level is the highest pre-hospital level of care available in … more
Photos are from a gas leak on Rt. 44 in Seekonk 3-22-2021 more
In a discussion with Fire Chief David Rave on Wednesday, the Board of Selectmen questioned if the town could sustain the financial cost of hiring more firefighters.  Rave wanted to apply … 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
Seekonk Fire Department was seen conducting annual department training for ice water rescue at Burr's Pond during the second week of February. Members practiced single and two rescuer scenarios to … more
Dean Isabella has settled into his role as Seekonk’s Police Chief. Isabella, 58, was appointed by the Board of Selectmen at their November 18 meeting. His first day was December 2. “The … more
Police Chief Dean Isabella’s contract, which has been approved by the Board of Selectmen, will run through December 2023. The board voted to appoint Isabella at their November 18 meeting. … more
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