October 19, 2021
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East Providence City Council President Robert Britto has announced his candidacy for the Rhode Island State Senate-District 18 seat. The seat is currently held by first term Senator Cynthia Mendes. … more
Senator Feeney & his staff will be available to meet with constituents for in-person, district office hours in each of the 9 cities and towns of the Bristol & Norfolk Senate District … more
The Board of Selectmen voted Tuesday to keep a single tax rate for residents and businesses, based on the recommendation of the Board of Assessors. “In our case, there is no real benefit in … more
The new Town Hall will be opening at 340 Anawan Street on October 31, the Board of Selectmen announced Monday. Chairman Skip Vadnais noted only certain portions of the building will be available … more
The Board of Selectmen could choose to implement a separate tax rate for residents and businesses. Rehoboth has had a single tax rate for all property owners. A classification hearing will be held at … more
Hello All ~ I hope you are enjoying the beautiful Fall weather in Rehoboth!  Speaking of the Fall, I would like to remind all town residents that Town Offices will be closed on Monday, October … more
Remembering a Sad Day with a Very Happy & Special OccasionAs you all remember, a year ago, Saturday, September 12, 2020 the COA Senior Center caught fire.  Happily, the Board of Selectmen, … more
October is always a beautiful time of the year in New England. There is a chill in the air, it’s apple and pumpkin picking season. There’s the long Columbus Day weekend, along with fall … more
The sacrifices made by indigenous people in wartime have been overlooked for too long, say advocates from the Native American tribes in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Charles Smith, Jr., a member of … more
State Representative Gregg Amore (Democrat - District 65, East Providence) has launched a candidacy last month to become Rhode Island’s next Secretary of State.  Amore’s announcement … more
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