January 26, 2021
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The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen has declined to intervene in a dispute over a proposed solar farm at Camp Buxton, a property owned by the Boy Scouts. Town Planner Daniel Roach said the proposed … more
Acting Town Nurse Jessica Potter briefed the Board of Selectmen about the status of the state’s Covid-19 vaccination effort Monday. Potter noted the increased number of public vaccination sites … more
February 3rd, at 6pm, East Providence Urban Forest presents a virtual chat about species that call EP home and how to help them to thrive.Amanda Freitas, RI Wildlife Action Plan Community Liaison … more
As the winter’s chill sets its icy grip on New England, the congregation of Faith Christian Center in Seekonk decided to take action to help the less fortunate in our community. Faith Christian … more
There’s a new sub store in town: Jersey Mike’s recently opened their newest location in Seekonk Square (the plaza with Kohl’s and Target) in December. Jersey Mike’s has a … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society is pleased to announce the opening of the 2021 RAS Scholarship program. The one-time RAS Scholarship is awarded each year to a student that exemplifies the mission of … more
Residents who live in Seekonk’s south end are voicing their opposition to a proposed asphalt plant. At their January 12 meeting, the Planning Board voted to allow International Paving … more
East Providence, RI – The East Providence Mayor’s Community Advisory Board (MCAB), created in August to promote communication between communities within the City and the administration … more
Like most Americans we were shocked by the events of January 6, highlighting the delicate balance “keeping” our republic, as Benjamin Franklin forewarned. Yet as a history teacher and an … more
Rehoboth Veterans Service Officer currently has an estimated 35% of Veterans on an E-mail distribution list. During these unprecedented times, getting the latest information on vaccines is important! … more
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