October 31, 2020
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Voters at the Fall Town Meeting on November 9 will be asked to approve a large number of expenditures, including $500,000 to fund the construction of an ADA compliant sidewalk, new curbing, and … more
Several local churches came together to conduct a community food drive in support of two local food pantries. The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, the Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, and the … more
“2nd Sunday” Fall Open Houses - Nov. 8, Dec. 131:00 - 3:30 pmJohn Hunt Museum - 65 Hunts Mills Road - 02916“ Hikes At Hunt’s”- 1:30 at the GazeboWe welcome you to … more
There has been an ever-changing cat population at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. As of this writing, there are two kittens available. Bea and Benji are littermates about two - three months old. Bea … more
The Town Events Committee's first porch decorating contest was a huge success. We have some very creative and talented residents and that made the judging very difficult. The judges were forced to … more
Boston - State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) would like to remind residents of the 4th Bristol District that protections are still available to landlords and tenants, despite the recent … more
Seekonk, MA - Republican Massachusetts 4th Congressional District nominee Julie Hall has earned the endorsement of State Representative Steven Howitt for who represents the 4th Bristol … more
East Providence, RI – On October 19, 2020 at approximately 4:41 p.m., two Hispanic males entered Grieco Toyota on Taunton Avenue in East Providence and test drove a silver 2017 Toyota Sienna. … more
Meet “The Adams Family” litter… Gomez, Morticia and Wednesday They are 14-16 week old kittens who came to us from a local farm. They are all friendly and are up to date on vaccines … more
The Board of Selectmen honored former Fire Chief Michael Healy, who served in the department for the last 35 years.Healy began as a call firefighter in 1985. He soon made his way up through the ranks … more
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