November 27, 2020
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Seekonk’s fall town meeting, which had been scheduled for December 5, has been postponed to January 4, 2021. Town Moderator Peter Hoogerzeil made the decision to continue the meeting from … more
Dean Isabella will serve as the town’s new Police Chief beginning December 2. The Board of Selectmen voted 4-1 at their November 18 meeting. Chairman Justin Sullivan, Chris Zorra, David … more
Seekonk and Rehoboth are seeing a huge jump in positive Covid-19 cases. According to the state’s Department of Health, at the end of the two week testing period which concluded on November 18, … more
Seekonk and Rehoboth will be holding their fall town meetings the first week of December. Rehoboth’s town meeting will be held December 1 at 7 pm in the ballroom at the Ramada Inn, 213 … more
Established in 1998, World Kindness Day is an international holiday that promotes kindness throughout the world. It is observed annually on November 13 as part of the World Kindness Movement. The … more
Seekonk, MA – The Team Shawnie Advocacy Group, an over-watch children’s advocate agency based in Seekonk, MA, has been working vigorously alongside State Representative, Steven Howitt … more
The town offices in Seekonk and Rehoboth have been closed to the public due to concerns over the spread of Covid-19. The message on the Rehoboth town website reads: Town Offices are closed to the … more
The Board of Selectmen are set to appoint Dean Isabella as the town’s new Police Chief at their Wednesday meeting. Isabella was selected for the position last June, but the appointment was … more
Seekonk — Superintendent Rich Drolet reports that Seekonk High School will temporarily transition to fully remote learning beginning tomorrow and until Monday, Nov. 30.The district learned … more
Seekonk and Rehoboth are continuing to see an increase in positive Covid-19 cases. According to data released by the Massachusetts Department of Health, for the two week testing period which … more
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