March 30, 2020
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Entering the home1. Take your shoes off at the door 2. Wash your hands3. Spray the soles of your shoes with a cleaning solution4. Returning from work, follow steps above - thenPut all your clothes … more
Who callsThem hereThis timeOf year?They enter Spring soMadly.Their silver Storms theWaterfall Which addsUnto their Madness.I rootFor themAnd wishI hadThe courageOf theseRaging shad.Don Gardner … more
Sunday, March 15Dear Friends,As you know, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and neighboring states are experiencing an outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. COVID-19 is a respiratory disease in which … more
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Seekonk sponsored their 24th Taste of the Towns on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Grand Rose Ballroom at the Clarion Inn, 940 Fall River Avenue (route … more
To the Seekonk Voters, I endorse Ms. Lydia Cordeiro for the open seat (one-year term) on the Seekonk Board of Water Commissioner in the upcoming election. She has the ability and the desire to … more
Greetings residents of Seekonk.  My name is Bryan P. Mulvey and I am running for town clerk. The role of town clerk is one that is humble and unassuming but one of great responsibility.  … more
Dear Neighbor and Fellow Seekonk Resident, I am writing to respectfully ask that you consider me, Adam Petronio, for Selectman when you vote at the April 6th Annual town election.  As a … more
Once upon a time, there was a village in a land ruled by an evil king. The people in the village were very unhappy because the king’s men took almost everything they had, leaving them just … more
“People like to criticize the Board of Selectmen.” These were the words of our Town Administrator Wednesday night when questioned about the process of hiring a Police Chief and a Fire … more
I also endorse Lydia Cordeiro for the vacant one year seat of The Seekonk Board of Water Commissioners. She is the only candidate who has taken the time and effort to attend several of our recent … more
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