September 25, 2021
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The CDC reported a 45 percent uptick in Lyme disease cases from 2005 to 2018 according to a February 2021 report and a case of Powassan was reported in Rhode Island this summer. This year is … more
Over the past 18 years, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology students at Seekonk High School have successfully completed a unit of study in Ecology during the summer prior to the start of the school … more
During the week of April 26, 2021 the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Public School Monitoring (PSM) will conduct a Tiered Focused Monitoring Review of Tri-County … more
It’s spring, so says the calendar and even if it’s chilly there are signs spring is coming as the snow melts and reveals potholes in the road, or maybe its just your mailbox stops getting knocked … more
February 25, 2021 Michael Healy Bio Mike Healy’s candidacy for the Board of Selectman comes with being rooted in the Seekonk community. Mike has been a lifelong resident of Seekonk for over … more
February 19, 2021 On February 10, 2021 former Seekonk Fire Chief Michael Healy, officially put his name into the race for the Seekonk Board of Selectmen at the upcoming annual town election on … more
Michelle Tilden of Tri-County’s Early Education Program has been awarded the Graduate Student Leadership Award from Fitchburg State University Tri-County's Michelle Tilden, Early Education … more
Forging ahead in this crazy year, the Seekonk Land Conservation Trust (SLCT) has been productive working to preserve land in Seekonk and continuing to support environmental education in the Seekonk … more
Well, if that church is Newman UCC, we create new programming... programming you may have been looking for. Launching on September 20 is a new Faith Formation program for those between the ages … more
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