October 21, 2021
Town News
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The 10 classroom addition to Aitken Elementary School and in the installation of a building-wide unit ventilator replacement cost town residents $11 million. According to Seekonk Town Administrator … more
Senator Feeney & his staff will be available to meet with constituents for in-person, district office hours in each of the 9 cities and towns of the Bristol & Norfolk Senate District … more
Meet Rhonda!! This sweet girl is a 5 ½ year old, spayed Pitbull mix. She is up to date on vaccines and was heartworm tested. As you can see, she is a full-figured gal who would love to have … more
October is always a beautiful time of the year in New England. There is a chill in the air, it’s apple and pumpkin picking season. There’s the long Columbus Day weekend, along with fall … more
The sacrifices made by indigenous people in wartime have been overlooked for too long, say advocates from the Native American tribes in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Charles Smith, Jr., a member of … more
The Board of Selectmen declared a dog owned by Doug Brown to be a nuisance at a hearing held Wednesday. Brown, who ran unsuccessfully for the board in last April’s election, lives at 70 … more
Doorways Food Pantry is hoping to expand the number of days they are open for food shopping to pre-pandemic levels. “Doorways always operated as a weekly food supplement for our … more
Covid rates in Seekonk and Rehoboth have not seen a significant spike based on the 14 day testing period which concluded on September 18. Rehoboth reported an average daily incidence rate of 19.7 … more
The town DPW will be collecting yard waste curbside from Monday, October 18, to Friday, December 3, 2021. Collection will be done on the same days as the residents’ usual trash and recycling … more
Boston – House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones, Jr. (R-North Reading) has appointed State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) to serve on a special legislative commission investigating … more
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