September 28, 2022
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The Seekonk Recycling Committee would like to thank the residents of our town for taking advantage of our rain barrel promotion through the Great American Rain Barrel Company of Hyde Park, MA, last … more
To the wonderful friends of the Hart and Chaisty Families, Your over whelming support and all of your thoughtful cards, gifts and prayers were very much appreciated. It is so amazing how so many … more
The timeHas comeFor leaves To fall, Below Swarming starling's Migrant calls.The leaves Migrate From highTo low.Each hasIt's own path And time To go.Don Gardner Seekonk, MA more
At 2:00 in the morning, Christmas Eve, 2004, my wife and I awoke, not to a “clattering of hoof beats” on our roof, but to the screams of our 4-year-old daughter. Rushing to her bedroom, … more
I am going to start from the beginning.  The solar farm project on Pond Street started in September of 2019.  Before the project was even brought in front of the town my husband attended a … more
Seekonk needs to stop and refocus on Town Employees. When you take the time to think about “essential” services. What is the first to spring to mind? Mine is Public Safety. Our world has … more
On August 26, 2021, we lost one of the most important people the Town of Seekonk will ever know. Beverly Hart was a schoolteacher, a wife, a mom, and a grandmother to her family but she was also a … more
More than $5100 was raised during the East Providence Athletic Club’s 25th Annual John Chalmers Charity Golf Tournament. The July event was held at Triggs Memorial Golf Course, Providence, and … more
Back inThe daysA bellBroughtCows home.Back inThe daysOf the Gramophone.Stillness came With the Quick stepsOf dusk.The family Earned rest.The family Earned trust. Don GardnerSeekonk more
This is in response to "The Beacon Installed at Seekonk Intersection". Is this a joke? Do the Seekonk Board of Selectmen members seriously believe this is a way to deter accidents or speeding over … more
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