June 4, 2023
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The Rehoboth Garden Club held our annual Plant Sale on Saturday May 6th at Francis Farm. We were delighted to see the hundreds of community members who attended. What those people saw were beautiful, … more
My name is Bob Brawley and I have been the President of the Rehoboth Food Pantry over the past three years. I wanted to share a few thoughts about the Food Pantry and ensure our community knows about … more
We see them In the spring and fall. They hope they won't Be seen at all. So tiny and so all alone. Small marching steps. They're always home. It seems they know Which route to choose. Their marching … more
I'd likeTo discoverFamily storiesIn the clouds,Which have movedFar beyond me,Keeping themIn floating shrouds.I wishI could gatherFamily membersThroughout timeAnd listenTo their stories,Then tell … more
The following is in response to Joe Siegel’s inquiries sent to me in regard to the FY’24 Budget Reductions put forth by Mr. Runey and voted on by the D-R School Committee: When issues … more
I would like to address two well written articles in the February issue of the Reporterby Katy Rouke and Lisa Sirois. They along with other Rehoboth citizens have submitted a citizens bylaw for the … more
I would like to encourage citizens to come to the meeting on May 9th to vote on the warrant articles. I think that it is important to vote YES to adopt a 35-foot Preservation Zone around … more
By Ensuring All Students Have Access to School Meals At No Cost, More Children Could Receive The Nutrition They Need At School — Helping Them To Thrive.Families with kids across Massachusetts … more
Due to several circumstances, this budget season is a challenge. With limited revenue growth and increasing costs due to inflation, we find ourselves in the difficult position of needing to cut … more
A citizen’s petition for a wetland preservation zone by-law was submitted to the Board of Selectmen for a vote at the May 9 Annual town Meeting. The state’s Wetland Preservation Act only … more
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