June 24, 2019
Letters
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Taken from an email to the moderator of RehobothTalk regarding the “Fire Anthony Azar” YouTube account: “Lorraine (and anyone else who you may be working with), I would just like to let … more
At the June 4th Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee meeting, Mr Arrigo mentioned that the $2,115,992 override money for FY19 went to the schools but for FY20 it can be used anywhere. Dr. Azar confirmed … more
Let’s keep it short and sweet this time. It’s our last chance Rehoboth. Tuesday’s Town Meeting is our last chance to stand behind our schools and support the best possible education for our … more
As you may or may not know, at the May 13th Town Meeting, the Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee motioned to amend Article 3 of the Town Warrant to fund the full DRRSD budget Assessment of $19,529,656 … more
The May issue of the Reporter had a small note about home sales being down 11 % in Rehoboth compared to a 1.6% increase in Massachusetts. I just wonder if that had anything to the recent tax … more
On Saturday May 18, I was starting my usual morning walk on Tremont Street. I had walked about a quarter of a mile and I felt that something was wrong and decided to return to my home. After a short … more
** Attention Rehoboth ** To clarify, the Finance Committee(FC) has NOT recommended an override like some may have thought. The FC has presented a balanced budget, with the RECURRING revenue … more
We would like to thank all of the hard-working volunteers that came out for the 2019 Roadside Cleanup. We had over 250 volunteers and together we collected 400+ bags of trash (that’s 10 dump … more
The dance is held Out in the dark. Their moves are quick, Much like some sparks. We cannot see What's in between. The dancers bear A spotty beam. Their dance is near, … more
It is with a heavy heart that we have heard the news of the tragic death of a Rehoboth teenager. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.I have alerted … more
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