December 9, 2022
Town News
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School Committee chair Erin Brouillette said Monday there had been a “misunderstanding about the purpose and format” of the public comment portion of the meetings. Brouillette noted a … more
On November 1, 2022, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts put in effect a ban on the disposal of mattresses and/or boxsprings into the waste stream. As the result and if they are unbroken or … more
~HAPPY HOLIDAYS ~ from the Town Clerk’s office. December is here and with that comes the many holiday traditions we have adopted along the way. In our household we have a family tradition, … more
The young women of Seekonk Softball held a food and clothing collection on November 13 at the Cole Street fields for the benefit of Doorways food pantry and Angels’ Care Closet. A great deal of … more
The Seekonk High School Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams collected non-perishable food throughout the season, then delivered the food to the Doorways Food Pantry in early December. The drive netted … more
Seekonk residents will be paying higher taxes next year after the Board of Selectmen approved a full shift at their November 16 meeting.According to the Board of Assessors, FY’ 2023 total … more
To kick off Spirit Week 2022, the Seekonk High School Student Council Executive Board held its first annual Powder Puff Tournament. Each class entered a team of 12 females coached by 2 class members … more
To help celebrate the holidays, the young women of Girl Scout Troop 707 conducted a toy drive for the benefit of the children of Doorways’ client families. The Scouts collected a large number … more
The families of Dr. Kevin M. Hurley Middle School recently participated in a food drive on behalf of the Doorways food pantry. Their efforts raised over 800 cans of food, plus hundreds of boxes of … more
• Plastic bags or wrap – Bread bags, produce bags, and Ziploc bags all stretch. There's an easy way to tell if bags are eligible to be recycled. As with most recycling programs, there's a … more
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