May 16, 2022
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Kevin J. Foley, Craig Chapman, Robert E. Johnson, and Leonard Mills, Jr. are running for the two open seats on the Rehoboth Board of Selectmen. The deadline to submit nomination … more
At the Saturday May 14, 2022 Town meeting will be two articles placed by the Rehoboth Conservation Commission. One concerns the changing control of six parcels from Town of Rehoboth to Town Of … more
The Rehoboth Town Events Committee hosted its first event at the new Francis Farms/ COA campus on Saturday April 16th! Well over a hundred children, their parents, and several town officials were on … more
Rehoboth: The Rehoboth Democratic Town Committee (RDTC) held a successful State Candidates Event recently to hear from those running for such Offices as Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, … more
April 20 marked 12 years since the BP Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill. The disaster released over 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico making it the largest marine oil spill … more
A number of financial matters, including salary increases for town officials, will be decided at the Spring Town Meeting on May 9. The proposed $66.5 million town budget for 2023 is a 4.95 percent … more
The Seekonk Land Conservation Trust (SLCT) held their annual meeting on April 6th at the Seekonk Library. The meeting was chaired by Land Trust President Tom Webb and featured a presentation by the … more
Dear Rehoboth Residents, It’s hard to believe that May is here bringing flowers and hopefully lots of sunshine and gentle breezes!We continue to run the Wellness Assessment Clinic on … more
Dighton-Rehoboth’s new School Superintendent William Runey pledges to work more closely with town officials. Anthony Azar, who has been in the position since 2014, is retiring at the end of … more
The Rehoboth Fire Department has released a statement about the Park Street Fire last February. The statement posted Monday on the Department’s Facebook page said: “The joint … more
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