June 13, 2021
Town News
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The Rehoboth Police Department has a bigger and better facility to call home. In May 2020, the Board of Selectmen authorized a payment to the town of Dartmouth for the purchase of a modular … more
The staff of the Rehoboth Council on Aging are making plans to move into their new facility at Francis Farm following last September’s devastating fire at the old facility at 55 Bay State … more
Unfortunately, this year’s Parade was cancelled due to the constraints of Covid-19, but The Memorial Day Ceremony did commence at 11:30 AM with a dedication of our Fallen Comrades who’ve … more
Boston, MA – Senator Paul R. Feeney (D-Foxborough) announced the successful passage of a host of amendments he filed during the recent Senate Budget Debate for the upcoming Fiscal Year 2022 … more
This week, Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed into law a bill banning polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from food packaging, carpets, ski waxes, and firefighting foam. Massachusetts nonprofits Clean … more
Paul Kitchen, who has served as Business Manager for the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District for the last two years, recently submitted a letter of resignation. Kitchen’s last day is July … more
The town is expected to take ownership of Francis Farm next month. Voters at the May 12 town meeting approved the purchase of the 47 acre property at a cost of $2.8 million. The site will be the new … more
Town employees who have not been vaccinated will be required to wear a mask or face covering. Vaccinated employees will be allowed to go maskless. The Board of Selectmen approved the policy 3-2 on … more
The Hornbine School Museum will be closed in June. We hope to open on the 2 nd and 4 th Sundays in July from 2pm – 4 pm. Don't forget to "LIKE" and/or FOLLOW" us on Facebook (Hornbine School … more
Kitten season has arrived at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. As of this writing, there are three litters of kittens, one with a mother, and rumors of more to come. All still need to be tested, … more
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