April 10, 2020
Town News
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This weekend the Rehoboth Fire Department is expecting a very special visitor to share Easter with us. We have confirmed that the Easter Bunny will be in town and has asked us to organize an … more
Joan Arguin and Babs Levesque are delivering Meals on Wheels and potted flowers on Good Friday to our Seniors. The flowers were donated by Souza Family Farms in Rehoboth. The Rehoboth Council … more
The search for a new Police and Fire Chief will be continuing, according to Town Administrator Shawn Cadime. “They have been slowed slightly due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Cadime said … more
The meeting of the East Providence City Council scheduled for tonight, March 17, 2020 is postponed and will be scheduled for a later date. "This is necessitated due to the directives given by the … more
Dear Editor: During these challenging times, postal employees are working hard to ensure residents stay connected with their world through the mail. Whether it’s medications, a package, a … more
April 9, 2020 Dear Families, The School Committee voted to eliminate the April vacation (April 21-24) at Tuesday night's meeting. The rationale for this vote was due to students beginning to … more
The Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee voted Tuesday to cancel April vacation and use those days (April 21 – 24) to continue virtual learning for the district. April 18, which is Patriot’s … more
There are now nine confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Rehoboth, according to a new report posted to the town website by the town’s COVID-19 Task Force.   “To ensure accurate and … more
The East Providence School Department will be conducting its annual kindergarten registration online as its offices within City Hall are mostly closed. Online Kindergarten Registration begins on … more
Hello All ~ I hope you are all home safe and staying healthy during this difficult time. As you may know, on March 16, the Rehoboth Board of Selectmen ordered all municipal buildings be closed to the … more
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