July 3, 2022
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Years ago in 1987 Dighton and Rehoboth joined in an agreement to form a regional K-12 school district. At that time it was a fair and equitable decision. Now however it is not. The Department of … more
It never ceases to amaze the guarded defensive posturing displayed by the School Department at Town Meeting when a suggestion is made to make a change in the budget. The body language of the School … more
We would like to thank all of the hardworking volunteers that came out to help with the annual Spring cleanup. We had over 200 volunteers and together we collected in excess of 241 bags of trash off … more
The Rehoboth Conservation Commission wants to thank all those citizens who attended the annual Town Meeting and showed such overwhelming support, voting 99 to 3 for the control and custody article … more
I would like to thank all the participants who signed up and donated their time and energy to help keep the Town of Seekonk beautiful. Starting the week of Earth Day in April and extending into May, … more
I would like to give our Finance Committee a big thank you for putting the line item budget back in the warrant. Although I realize that money can get moved from one line to another, I think it is … more
There's stories In the elderly,Who wonderHow they end,That can be toldIn part or wholeBy family And friends. May manyOf the former, Take the time To hear.May the latter Also,Be plentiful And near.Don … more
Voting for a candidate to represent you can feel overwhelming. My goal with this announcement, is to separate myself from the pack. My name is Edward Wencis and I am your candidate for East … more
As we rejoice in the natural beauties of spring, let's remember the importance of the insects! They are essential as pollinators for the flowers we admire and the food we eat, and they are also … more
Dear East Providence voters. East Providence has a high number of senior citizens as homeowners. As the city councilman-at-large, I will propose looking into an ordinance which will hopefully give … more
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