Monthly Archives: April 2018

Seabrook Fire Receives Equipment Donation from Chartwell

The Seabrook Board of Selectmen voted to accept an very generous equipment donation from Chartwell, the owners of Rockingham Village, who donated two Lucus Cor automatic CPR machines worth over $15,000 each, along with a new radio box system that … Continue reading

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Seabrook Elementary School Unveils Mosaics for Anniversary Celebration

On Friday April 20, 2018 the Seabrook Elementary School unveiled four Mosaics that students and Artist Lizz Van Saun created to help celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Town of Seabrook. What a great program it was, with wonderful music … Continue reading

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RIP Seabrook Police Officer Jim Cawley

Seabrook lost a terrific person who impacted our community for many years as a Police Officer, Jim Cawley. Jim was a terrific person who we lost far too soon. Officer Jim Cawley was brought home to Seabrook, and his procession … Continue reading

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Brown’s Lobster Pound in Seabrook Re-Opens

The Seabrook Board of Selectmen were on hand Friday April 13, 2018 to help the Brown family to cut the ribbon as they re-opened Brown’s Lobster Pound after rebuilding the facility following a major fire. Brown’s Lobster Pound has been … Continue reading

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Congrats to Retiring Seabrook Police Officer Chet Felch

The Board of Selectmen recognized and honored retiring Seabrook Police Officer Chet Felch for his long and distinguished career at yesterdays Board meeting. Congratulations and best wishes to Chet as he embarks upon a well deserved retirement.

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