June 4, 2023
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Dighton-Rehoboth Class of 2023 Zachary Alegria, Lindsay Allard, Samuel Almeida, Tiana Andrews, Brody Antepenko, Matthew Arnold, Aaron Avila, Gianna Bairos, Jadaice Barbosa, Noah Bastis, Ethan Berube, … more
SEMSBA Congratulations to choral students Olivia Couto, Claire Kiselica, Madeleine Nystrom, and Anne Reed for representing Beckwith Middle School in the Junior SEMSBA Music Festival held on May 5th … more
The month of May has been a very busy time at Palmer River Elementary School. We began the month with a wonderful school-wide anti-bullying presentation from Brett Outchcunis. Different grade … more
Town residents have expressed their frustration over the removal of the playground behind the old Anawan School building on Bay State Road. Selectman Rob Johnson said Monday the town no longer owns … more
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School Principal Gail DeCecco announced she is leaving her job, just a week after Amy Younger, the Principal of Dighton Middle School, tendered her resignation. In a … more
Dighton-Rehoboth School Superintendent Bill Runey is looking ahead to next year’s budget cycle with some concern. Last April, Rehoboth voters rejected a temporary tax increase to pay for … more
Classes from surrounding towns have begun to visit the Hornbine School for the season. We will have our last scheduled class on the 17th. There are many days open this fall to have other CLASSES join … more
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional Schools Superintendent Bill Runey, School Committee Chair Aaron Morse, and Dighton Board of Selectmen Chair Peter Caron have announced that the Dighton Rehoboth Regional … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society invites eligible candidates from Rehoboth and its surrounding communities to apply for this second semester scholarship. East Providence residents are invited to … more
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