May 16, 2022
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Friends of Friends celebrated its annual Silver Tea event at the Seekonk Senior Center, this event was started in 1993 at the old Senior Center on Pleasant Street. The committee will continue the … more
Over twenty people from the Land Trust and the Runnins River Watershed Alliance joined together April 23rd to clean up trash and litter at the Martin Refuge, Tower Hill, and other Land Trust … more
The rate of Covid infections continue to increase. For the two week period ending on April 30, the Massachusetts Department of Health said Rehoboth had a daily positivity rate of 10.28 percent. … more
Voters approved a $66.5 million town budget for 2023 at Monday’s town meeting.  That figure is a 4.95 percent increase over FY’2022. $30.8 million is designated for the Seekonk … more
Sandra Lowery made history on Saturday as she was installed as the town’s first female Fire Chief. Lowery had been serving as Interim Chief before her appointment to the position by the … more
It’s been a typical New England Spring, mostly cold, windy with a hint of warmth, every once in a while. I know everyone can’t wait to get outside and start enjoying the warmer weather. I … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt, R-Seekonk, recently supported a $49.7 billion state budget for Fiscal Year 2023 that provides for increased local aid, significant funding investments … more
The Seekonk Memorial Day Parade is being held on Saturday, May 28th, rain or shine. Join us as we honor members of our military who are either missing or who have lost their lives while serving in … more
The spring curbside collection of yard waste for residents of Seekonk will occur from May 2 until May 27, 2022. The collection by the Dept. of Public Works will take place in correspond with the … more
A number of financial matters, including salary increases for town officials, will be decided at the Spring Town Meeting on May 9. The proposed $66.5 million town budget for 2023 is a 4.95 percent … more
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