December 10, 2018
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SEEKONK — The average homeowner will be paying about $175 more in taxes this budget year.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
SEEKONK -- Voters have once again said retail marijuana establishments can operate in town, following a November 19 town meeting vote on the same issue.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle … more
Seekonk resident Percival Dacanay has been named the Junior Civilian Employee of the Year at the Surface Warfare Officers School in Newport.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the … more
SEEKONK -- A late night fire destroyed a Route 44 auto repair business, with several cars inside, including an antique vehicle.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
As part of the Child Find process, the Seekonk Public Schools will be conducting preschool screening for children who will be turning 3 or 4 years of age by August 31, 2019 and are residents of … more
The Seekonk Public Schools will be having Kindergarten registration daily during the month of January, 2019 from 10 AM-2 PM. Aitken School and Martin School will each hold an evening registration on … more
Doorways Food Pantry wants to thank the young men of Seekonk Boy Scout Troop 1 and their families, who conducted their annual food drive in November and collected over 5,500 pounds of food for the … more
SEEKONK — Fire Chief Michael Healy is planning to increase department staffing.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
SEEKONK — Pot users won a huge victory at this past week’s town meeting when voters rejected a ban on recreational marijuana facilities.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click … more
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