May 23, 2022
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Over twenty people from the Land Trust and the Runnins River Watershed Alliance joined together April 23rd to clean up trash and litter at the Martin Refuge, Tower Hill, and other Land Trust … more
The Seekonk Land Conservation Trust (SLCT) held their annual meeting on April 6th at the Seekonk Library. The meeting was chaired by Land Trust President Tom Webb and featured a presentation by the … more
The Seekonk Land Conservation Trust has scheduled events for March and April. We hope you can join us for these activities and to introduce you to the Seekonk Land Trust’s new Stewardship … more
The Taunton Civic Chorus is going forward with its Spring season. The opening was postponed for several weeks as Omicron Virus infections increased after the holidays. Open rehearsals for The … more
The Taunton Civic Chorus is accepting applications for its annual Bob Keith Memorial Scholarship. The $500 scholarship is open to graduating seniors from greater Taunton area high schools. The … more
Quit Vaping or Smoking for American Heart Month February is American Heart Month—a great time to quit vaping, smoking or other nicotine products. Smoking can lead to narrowing blood vessels and … more
My name is Emily Field, and I would like to share a little bit about myself and my reasons for seeking a position on the Seekonk School Committee. I have strong ties to Seekonk, having grown up here … more
Press Release: Introducing "Magic Makers Program" For Immediate Release November 8, 2021 Introducing “Magic Makers Program " Starting this holiday season we have rolled out a new … more
The CDC reported a 45 percent uptick in Lyme disease cases from 2005 to 2018 according to a February 2021 report and a case of Powassan was reported in Rhode Island this summer. This year is … more
Over the past 18 years, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology students at Seekonk High School have successfully completed a unit of study in Ecology during the summer prior to the start of the school … more
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