January 31, 2023
Police & Fire
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Seekonk is set to appoint David Enos as Police Chief on Wednesday, just two weeks after the Board of Selectmen voted to rescind the appointment of ex-Chief Dean Isabella. Enos is currently serving … more
A new fire station in the south end of Seekonk may cost over $9 million. Members of the South End Fire Station Building Committee made a presentation to the Board of Selectmen on January … more
 Police Chief Dean Isabella is suing the Town of Seekonk and the Board of Selectmen for breach of contract. The board voted unanimously Wednesday to terminate Isabella’s employment … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Wednesday to terminate the employment of Police Chief Dean Isabella. Isabella, who had been placed on paid administrative leave by Town … more
The Seekonk Police Department plan to install 20 cameras on various streets. The original cost would be $57,000 for the first year, Police Chief Dean Isabella said about Flock Safety, a company … more
Police Chief Dean Isabella's employment with the town of Seekonk appears to be over. Isabella was suspended from his job by Town Administrator Shawn Cadime on January 6. In a statement issued … more
The Rehoboth Fire Department has been awarded a $13, 853 grant for the purchase of new safety equipment. The department also received an EMPG (Emergency Management Performance Grant) in the amount of … more
The Seekonk Police Department is understaffed by six officers following a series of resignations and retirements. The department roster is supposed to have a total of 40 officers. There are three … more
Massasoit Community College, today announced that Scott Meagher, the College’s paramedic program director, was recently recognized by the National Registry of … more
Santa Claus will arrive for his annual visit at the Seekonk Little League Fields on Water Lane in Seekonk located behind the Dr. Kevin Hurley Middle School on Sunday, December 11th from … more
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