January 24, 2019

Opinion

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As 2018 comes to a close, The Rehoboth Food Pantry has so much to be thankful for. We are part of a very generous and supportive community. The continuous donations from individuals and businesses in … more
I would like to tell my side of my story. I’m sure that some of you loyal tax payers of Rehoboth that travel to the town hall to pay your taxes have discovered that I have retired. However, I … more
With yet another year under our belts, CARCS is happy to announce the successful completion our 2018 Baseline Air and Well Water Testing program! In the words of William A. Ward, “Feeling gratitude … more

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As of this writing, I’ve noticed trash bags sitting around the overflowing recycling bins behind the old Anawan School as the papers are no longer being picked up. Hope a new recycling service … more
Everyone starts out a new year with the best intentions. We’re going to lose weight, or eat better, or work out more. I don’t know about you, but I’m as guilty as anyone when it … more
Taxes, everyone’s favorite subject. There’s been a lot of buzz about the new tax reform bill this year. Change is always hard, and taxes are harder. And with all the changes taking … more

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