June 18, 2024
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We would like to thank Caroline and Kelsey for forming and running the Kids Book Club at the library this year. These two Seniors from Dighton Rehoboth High School took time out of their busy … more
On behalf of the Rehoboth Garden Club, I would like to thank everyone who made our recent Plant Sale Fundraiser such an overwhelming success. At 9 AM on May 4th, the Miller Pavilion at Francis Farm … more
The Keep Rehoboth Beautiful Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in our 2024 Roadside Cleanup. Our community volunteers are a critical component to make the clean up successful. … more
The big man At the Small parade Said "This!" He pointed often And said "This!" He pointed To the Horse and wagon. He pointed To the Paper dragon. He pointed To the High school band, Police car And … more
To the Senior Citizens of Rehoboth, I have done a survey of my neighborhood, regarding rubbish pickup by WIN WASTE Innovations. I found that we are paying an exorbitant amount for rubbish … more
Several weeks ago, the Planning Board and the Waterfront Commission’s Design Review Committee (DRC) held meetings to consider Marshall Properties’ plans for the former Metacomet golf … more
The Rehoboth Conservation Commission submitted a Vernal Pool Protection Zone Bylaw article for the Annual Town Meeting this spring. On April 22 the Selectmen pulled the article from the Warrant. The … more
The City of East Providence, like many other municipalities, faces a dire need for affordable housing. Each day my administration is presented with instances of young adults, seniors, veterans, and … more
I'd like to thank Rehoboth's Forestry Department and Highway Department crews for their prompt, courteous and thorough assistance. In the wake of the April 4, 2024 storm, at 5:17 AM, just prior to … more
Quiet realms Contain them. Untamed ones Need them too. Dancing like The gypsies. Nights with Moon in view. Hopes and dreams Are forming, Through every Tear and laugh. Worlds would Be desolate, … more
A roller coaster ride is a pretty apt way to describe an election. There’s a line that’s usually many times longer than the ride itself, jockeying to try and get the front, and when you … more
At this year’s Town Meeting, you will be asked to vote on a Vernal Pool Bylaw that will ensure greater protection for these critical forms of wetland habitat. The establishment of a 100-foot … more
I recently went to an Audubon program on the “State of the Birds” and unfortunately the bottom line isn’t good. It has been scientifically shown that 30 MILLION birds have … more
While most editorials are about an issue and often a sign of discontent, I am moved to write a letter of praise. Ever since the new Rehoboth Highway Department Superintendent of Streets, Kevin Chace, … more
In the town of Seekonk, Sandra Escaler brings a wealth of experience and dedication as she seeks to serve as your next town clerk. With a strong background in executive management, administrative … more
Dear Seekonk Residents, I am David Viera, a candidate to serve again on the Seekonk Board of Selectmen. If elected, I will advocate for Seekonk's needs while working to make a living in Seekonk … more
Our regional school district faces tough challenges – a $2 million deficit, falling enrollment, and rising costs threaten our children's education. We need decisive leadership to find … more
Greetings, Seekonk Residents, I am enthusiastic to express my candidacy for the position of Town Clerk, as I believe my extensive experience and skills make me a strong candidate to serve our … more
Tell us a little bit about your background. How long have you lived in Seekonk? I grew up here. I love Seekonk. I went to Aitken (when first and second grade were in the old Annex building) and the … more
Active Town Volunteer: Chair the Personnel Board, Clerk for both the ZBA and Board of Human Services and Community Health, Rehoboth’s GATRA representative; election worker; previously Chair of … more
I am writing to urge Rehoboth residents to vote for Richard Panofsky for Selectman. In the past ten years, Richard has worked in various capacities to make life better for our residents. He has … more
We, the family of the late Robert McKenna, would like to thank everyone who came out in January for the 11th Annual Blood Drive held in his memory. In addition, we truly appreciate the support of the … more
For those who do not know me, my name is Joshua Troiano and I am a candidate for school committee. I recently graduated from Seekonk High School last year, completing 12 consecutive years in Seekonk … more
Family, friends, and fellow residents, I am writing to inform you of my candidacy for Seekonk Town Clerk. The election will be held on April 1st, 2024, and I am asking you to consider me for the … more
Dear Fellow Residents, I hope this message finds you well. I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude for the positive feedback I received on my previous correspondence. Today, I'd like to delve … more
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