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Lt. Gov. Murray Visits Historic Business

Seekonk's Historic Jacob Hill Inn is celebrating its 290th anniversary.

Lt. Gov. Tim Murray came to Seekonk Thursday to visit Historic Jacob Hill Inn, which is located at 120 Jacob St. and celebrating its 290th anniversary.

For more information about the landmark local property, go here and here.  

Eleonora Rezek February 03, 2013 at 08:45 PM
We are very proud of our accomplishments to promote tourism to Seekonk through preservation of an American Historic Landmark. We appreciate the support of our State Goverment.
Joe February 03, 2013 at 09:43 PM
It would be nice if you got more support from town government.
Todd Ouellet February 04, 2013 at 12:18 AM
Seekonk's government does not support any local business. From antiquated sign laws to the highest commercial property rate allowed. Todd Ouellet Pc Express
Carol Bragg February 04, 2013 at 03:45 AM
The town's gotten used to losing businesses. 1828 Pawtucket village broke away and became Pawtucket, Massachusetts. 1862 after the US Supreme Court carved East Providence out of Seekonk, the town lost nearly all of its remaining businesses. If we don't encourage local businesses, then we'll be less disappointed if they fail or move elsewhere.

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