December 6, 2019
Police & Fire
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Seekonk’s interim Police Chief David Enos is in charge of a department which has undergone many changes. Enos, 48, was named Deputy Chief by the Board of Selectmen last March. Following former … more
Mayor Bob DaSilva will sign the first ever executive order in the city’s history. The executive order will establish the Mayor’s Council on Veterans Affairs. WHO: • East Providence … more
Another vote to appoint Christopher MacKenzie as the new Seekonk Police Chief was indefinitely postponed.Town administrator Shawn Cadime announced Wednesday that some new information about MacKenzie … more
The Board of Selectmen will now be continuing their search for a new Fire Chief in addition to a new Police Chief. Contract negotiations with Frederick MacDonald were unsuccessful, according to a … more
Seekonk, MA – On October 19, 2019, the Seekonk Police & Fire Hockey Team held its 4th annual “Pucks for Paws Hockey Benefit” in memory of Karen McHugh. Karen was a Seekonk town … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen rejected the appointment of Christopher MacKenzie as the new Police Chief at their Wednesday meeting. The vote was 2 in favor and 3 opposed. Chairman David Andrade and … more
The East Providence Hall of Fame Committee is accepting nominations for 2020 inductees. Nominations will be accepted through February 1, 2020. The East Providence High School Hall of Fame was … more
After conducting a lengthy search to fill the position of Fire Chief left vacant by the retirement of Chief Michael Healy on April 26, 2019, the Town of Seekonk’s Board of Selectmen approved a … more
At the Seekonk Fire and Police Open House Safety Day on October 12th, many families were welcomed and assisted by the Seekonk High School Key Club and the Seekonk Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk more
Acting Police Chief David Enos is out. The Seekonk Board of Selectmen intend to appoint Christopher MacKenzie as the new Police Chief at their Wednesday meeting. MacKenzie has served as deputy … more
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