December 1, 2022
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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
The Scouting for Food collection was another enormous success; the Scouts from BSA Troops 1 and 9, and the Cub Scouts from Pack 88, collected a record haul of over 8,000 pounds of food donations from … more
For many years, East Commerce Solutions, and the Ed and Lisa Medeiros family, have quietly donated thousands of turkeys every Thanksgiving to food pantries and social services agencies throughout … more
The Seekonk School Committee, Superintendent Rich Drolet, and Committee chair Kim Sluter are being sued by Luis Sousa, a parent of two students at Aitken Elementary School. The suit was filed … more
The Board of Selectmen expressed their frustrations about Monday’s poorly attended town meeting. Changes to the Town Charter were rejected. “For all those that worked hard on the charter … more
Bear and Scarface are 2-year-old, female Guinea pigs that were surrendered by their owner. Bear is brown & buff colored and Scarface is tri colored. On spa days, they lounge in their play-yard … more
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