January 31, 2023
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Thank you for providing us with a local food economy! It feeds Rehoboth in too many ways to list. I am so proud of the farms which have survived several generations, as well as the new ones that have … more
Please consider a proposal to establish a wetland preservation zone in our Town bylaws.The state’s Wetland Preservation Act only requires activity to be buffered within 100-ft of a wetland. It … more
I guess it's time to run my mouth and aggravate my bride of 47 years.I'm chairman of the Economic Development Committee and have been since 17'. Normally sometime in June we get asked if we want to … more
If you drive the streets and roads in East Providence, keep your mechanic close.Richard Guptill more
This past December I penned a letter to The Reporter on behalf of Keep Metacomet Green. As the name suggests, our grassroots community organization is an advocate for the preservation of the … more
The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving would like to thank our wonderful community for their generous support during this season’s Blizzard of Giving campaign. Rehoboth is full of caring people who … more
I am very fortunate to live in South Seekonk, near Wedgewood Drive. I wish everyone was as fortunate as I am to have a family like this as neighbors. This is their current display of artistic … more
Flakes fallSo agileIn theCold.A slow waltz Silently unfolds.My breathJoins in.We moveAlong.Winter partnersWithoutA song.Don Gardner Seekonk, MA more
Imagine how excited I was to learn that our Quilt of Many Cultures which was made possible via a grant from the Seekonk Cultural Council (funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council) was on the … more
We leaveShadows.What willYours say?Words whichLeave chills,Or warmthLike May?Years mayPass.Generations too.May walkIn shadows Left byYou.Don Gardner Seekonk more
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