July 26, 2021
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For more than 10 years, I have played on Seekonk High School’s Connolly Field and as a current member of Seekonk High School’s football team, I can say for a fact there is a desperate … more
In the past few weeks there have been three articles in the Rehoboth Reporter on the Anawan School status. It's hard to get a clear understanding of the situation because one week the building is … more
When my husband and I got married we lived in a 3rd floor apartment in Pawtucket. Needless to say, there was not a lot of room. Actually, all we had for storage was a long walk-in closet which we … more
I have been a resident of Rehoboth for more than 30 years. My children were educated in this town, and now 3 of my grandkids are students in our schools. I have loved this Town!! I love it’s … more
It is a sad time for our town to lose a town building like Anawan School. I’m sure by now many of you have heard that our town selectmen are preparing to have it torn down. I will never … more
This letter is a thank you note to the wonderful library supporters who worked hard, came together and advocated for the new library building project at the June 7th Annual Town Meeting. While the … more
Here Before us.Here afterWe're gone.The stillOld mapleLivesOn and on.Our changes Will come.Some sad,Some good.Some fragile As leaves.Some hardAs wood.Don Gardner Seekonk, MA more
Although EP Police Chief Nebus may be an official with sincere intentions regarding traffic safety and reducing accidents, the widely duplicated rhetoric that traffic cameras deter speeding and … more
Dear Friends,We are excited to announce that as of May 29, many pandemic restrictions will be lifted and we can resume a more normal approach to library services. We know this has been a challenging … more
The recent restoration of the Sammis Field/Waterman Diamond by Armand Pereault (Rehoboth Reporter May 2021) may be looked upon by many as a good deed. While it certainly is that, I will share that it … more
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