September 28, 2022
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The Seekonk Recycling Committee would like to thank the residents of our town for taking advantage of our rain barrel promotion through the Great American Rain Barrel Company of Hyde Park, MA, last … more
The Seekonk Cultural Council has set an October 17th deadline for organizations, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community. According to Council … more
Seekonk, MA – Seekonk residents, join us at the Seekonk Public Library for a Seekonk Shred Day scheduled for Saturday, October 29, 2022 from 9 AM to 12 noon. This event is for Seekonk Library … more
(Boston – 9/21/2022) State Senator Paul R. Feeney (D-Foxborough) announces the successful passage of $200,000 for a pilot program operated by The Arc of Massachusetts designed to expand access … more
Building a bigger and better Seekonk Public Library will not be cheap. Representatives from the Library Board of Trustees told the Board of Selectmen Wednesday the cost would be a whopping $24.5 … more
The town’s Police and Fire Departments held a ceremony on September 11 to remember the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The Reverend Joy Utter from Seekonk Congregational Church … more
Penny and Phoenix are 5-month-old sibling black female kittens. Phoenix has a white splash on her neck. They arrived at the shelter when they were around 7 weeks old and were very skittish, but they … more
On Sunday, October 2, 2022 Newman Congregational Church, United Church of Christ has invited members of the Pokanoket Native American Tribe to join us for our 10 AM service followed immediately by … more
Senator Feeney & his staff will be available to meet with constituents for in-person, district office hours in the coming weeks. All meetings are private and one-on-one with the Senator and a … more
Seekonk Fire Chief Sandra Lowery has been suspended with pay since August 4. The Reporter has obtained a copy of a letter sent to Lowery by Town Administrator Shawn Cadime. It has been heavily … more
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