January 21, 2022
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Boston – State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported a $55 million supplemental budget that provides funding for expanded COVID-19 testing and the distribution of masks … more
Due to the backlog of requests for public records, the Rehoboth Board of Selectmen have approved a new policy which will include charging fees. Selectman Michael Deignan said the high volume of … more
The Board of Selectmen have decided to make no changes to the current Covid policies. Unvaccinated town employees are still required to wear masks, but vaccinated employees can work without them if … more
Communities in Bristol County continue to see soaring rates of Covid, with a rash of new infections due to the highly contagious Omicron variant. According to the Massachusetts Department of … more
Longtime Selectmen Chairman Skip Vadnais is running for another term on the board. Vadnais told the Reporter he wants to continue the development of the new Council on Aging and other buildings at … more
Seekonk has been hit hard by the pandemic, with a soaring rate of new infections due to the Omicron variant. According to the Massachusetts Department of Health, the town reported a daily … more
Hello All ~ Happy New Year ~ I wish you all a safe, HEALTHY, happy, peaceful, and prosperous New Year.  By now you should have received your 2022 Annual Census forms.  If you did not … more
Communities in Bristol County ended 2021 with very high rates of Covid-19, according to data from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. For the 14 day testing period which ended on December … more
The American Flag is up and flying again at the new C.O.A. location at 27 Frances Farm Road in Rehoboth after being recovered 15 months ago when the C.O.A. burned down to the ground. more
Following months of renovations, the new Rehoboth Town Hall at 340 Anawan Street will be open for business on January 4. The Town Clerk, Tax Collector, Board of Assessors and the Planning and … more
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