July 10, 2020
Town News
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Justin Sullivan was named as the new Chairman of the Seekonk Board of Selectmen Wednesday. Chris Zorra will serve as Vice-Chair and David Viera will serve as Clerk. “The next year is going … more
Greetings from the Town Clerk’s officeSummer is officially here. The Town Clerk’s office hopes everyone had a fun and safe Fourth of July. I’m sure it was different this year with … more
For Seekonk residents on the trash and recycling program, the pickup of bulky waste items has resumed its normal schedule. Appliances, metal items and electronics will be collected curbside on the … more
Voters in Tuesday’s town election placed their faith in Selectman David Andrade, Town Clerk Florice Craig, and newcomer Adam Petronio, who will replace Nelson Almeida on the board of selectmen. … more
After a two month delay due to the coronavirus, Seekonk voters will be heading to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in the annual town election. Three candidates are vying for two open three-year … more
On Thursday, Governor Charlie Baker’s office and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released their initial guidance about reopening schools this fall. “Our goal is … more
Doorways Food Pantry has been operating in high gear in recent weeks. Social distancing has necessitated a shift to curbside “pop your trunk” food distribution, but the food pantry has … more
If you’re a local, then surely you’ve driven down Fall River Avenue, and perhaps you’ve noticed ~ or you should take notice of ~ The Edna Martin Wildlife Refuge located adjacent to … more
Seekonk’s Spring Town Meeting Monday had a very different look and feel than past meetings. In an effort to keep voters safe and to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus, town officials … more
It is recommended that the Town of Seekonk develop a Solar Energy Projectat the old landfill behind the American Legion to generate revenue for the town at no cost to the Seekonk taxpayers. After … more
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