January 26, 2021
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The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen has declined to intervene in a dispute over a proposed solar farm at Camp Buxton, a property owned by the Boy Scouts. Town Planner Daniel Roach said the proposed … more
Acting Town Nurse Jessica Potter briefed the Board of Selectmen about the status of the state’s Covid-19 vaccination effort Monday. Potter noted the increased number of public vaccination sites … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society is pleased to announce the opening of the 2021 RAS Scholarship program. The one-time RAS Scholarship is awarded each year to a student that exemplifies the mission of … more
Rehoboth Veterans Service Officer currently has an estimated 35% of Veterans on an E-mail distribution list. During these unprecedented times, getting the latest information on vaccines is important! … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society recognized the 2020 RAS Scholarship Award recipient, Elizabeth Ulrich, on January 9th in front of the Blanding Library. Elizabeth, a resident of Somerset, is enrolled … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported legislation that requires Massachusetts colleges to implement policies to prevent sexual violence and misconduct on … more
Tuesday, January 26th 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.Friday, January 29th 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.------------------------------------Senator Feeney & his staff will be available to meet with constituents over Zoom … more
Several candidates are vying for two open seats on the town’s Board of Selectmen. Incumbent Michael Costello is facing bids from David Pereira, Antonio Oliviera, Finance Committee chairman … more
The Rehoboth Animal Shelter is currently the temporary home of several affectionate cats. Pumpkin is a beautiful tortoiseshell who prefers to be the only princess in her home, Lilly and Pistachio are … more
The Board of Selectmen voted Tuesday to increase the hours of Town Nurse Jessica Potter from 19.5 hours to 40 hours a week in an effort to reduce the number of Covid-19 infections in town. Potter … more
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