May 28, 2022
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Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported legislation to crack down on the unauthorized distribution of sexually explicit images or videos via text messaging and … more
The volunteers and clients of Doorways Food Pantry would like to express a big THANK YOU to the Letter Carriers from Seekonk and East Providence for their continued support and hard work in … more
I would like to thank all the participants who signed up and donated their time and energy to help keep the Town of Seekonk beautiful. Starting the week of Earth Day in April and extending into May, … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported legislation to promote parity and remove barriers within the state-regulated cannabis industry by providing access to … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported a multi-year, $5 billion bond bill to address the infrastructure needs of municipal and state government facilities. … more
Seekonk School Superintendent Rich Drolet and Selectmen Chairman Justin Sullivan have responded to criticism from Seekonk Concerned Citizens regarding the Aitken Elementary School expansion … more
Join us at the Seekonk Library for a very special presentation on JUNE 30TH @ 6PM – “Honoring a Seekonk Hero”Anthony Korkuc was a town resident, Central Volunteer Fire Co. #3 … more
The rate of Covid infections in Rehoboth has doubled in the last two weeks, according to Geraldine Hamel, the Public Health Nurse. Hamel said the town finished April with a 6.8 percent positivity … more
June 11, 20229AM – 2 PM28 Olney Street 28b, Seekonk, MACommunity Day Sale Offering New and Gently Used Items• Clothing• Shoes• Housewares• Toys• Much More!Items will be … more
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
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