January 28, 2023
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The Seekonk Public Schools 2024 budget may need to be increased over the current fiscal year’s budget of $30.8 million, according to Superintendent Rich Drolet. “As you know, this year … more
Seekonk Town officials have been noticeably silent following last week’s vote to terminate the employment of Police Chief Dean Isabella. The Board of Selectmen voted January 18 to terminate … more
Laverne is a beautiful gray DSH cat who is about 1 year old. She is very sweet, yet very shy cat who is looking for her forever home. She has come a long way since we rescued her and would do best in … 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
Town Administrator Shawn Cadime is standing by his decision to suspend Police Chief Dean Isabella, who was placed on paid administrative leave on January 6. Cadime previously said the Board of … 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
Seekonk Police Chief Dean Isabella was placed on administrative leave by Town Administrator Shawn Cadime on January 6. Isabella was appointed by the Board of Selectmen in November 2020.  He … more
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