November 30, 2022
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The Rehoboth Food Pantry Sends Thanks to All! As we once again move into the Holiday Season, our neighbors, individuals, organizations, and businesses alike continue to insure the Pantry has the … more
On Monday, the Board of Selectmen approved a memorandum of purchase and sale of real estate between the Housing Authority and the Town of Rehoboth.In exchange for giving the town a six acre parcel of … more
Hello all,And happy continuing holiday season! I know we, as a community, continue to be very busy this time of year. So just a reminder to be careful when we are out and about during this high-risk … more
A cat family at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter has an unusual story: Ginny was so determined to find homes for her kittens that she brought them to the ACO! Ginny is about two years old, quiet and … more
The Rehoboth Park Commission would like to thank the local businesses who sent donations towards the purchase of 17 Christmas trees and decorations. Some of the businesses along with some … more
Rehoboth voters will need to make tough choices regarding the town budget, Selectman Michael Deignan said Monday. Last week, voters rejected a debt exclusion to pay for the $305 million … more
Rehoboth Selectman Michael Deignan would like to do away with early voting, citing the cost and the strain on employees in the town clerk’s office. Town Clerk Laura Schwall noted the cost for … more
The sludge which was dumped on Almeida Road is slowly being removed by Earthsource. Rehoboth Selectman Rob Johnson said 112 truckloads had already been hauled away as of Monday. “Everything … more
The East Providence Police Department announced the arrest of a local man on child molestation charges. After an investigation by Detective Michael Spremulli, a grand jury indicted Steven Silva, age … more
The East Providence City Council both had meetings on Tuesday noight, November 16, 2022. Both groups honored an East Providence High School student for her actions in helping a person in potential … more
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