September 28, 2022
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The town of Rehoboth will be joining in the effort to promote cyber security. Since 2004, the President of the United States and Congress have declared October to be Cyber security Awareness … more
The kitchen at the Rehoboth Council on Aging will reopen in a few weeks after a new water filtration system was installed at the facility. “The dishwashing machine is already installed,” … more
Happy Autumn Rehoboth!Yet another season is upon us, and another reason to say THANK YOU to all of you! We at the Pantry LOVE this "broken record" sound of saying Thank You! - as each of you keep the … more
Candy – Music – Hayrides – Snacks & More!Saturday, October 226:00 – 9:00Where: DR High SchoolTickets: $5 each Kids and AdultsBuy tickets online by October 20 at … more
(Rehoboth, MA) –Join Rehoboth's own critically acclaimed author, Edward Achorn, as he discusses his newest book "Every Drop of Blood" at the Carpenter Museum, Wednesday, October 12th at 7PM. … more
(Boston – 9/21/2022) State Senator Paul R. Feeney (D-Foxborough) announces the successful passage of $200,000 for a pilot program operated by The Arc of Massachusetts designed to expand access … more
Fido is at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter waiting for a home. Fido, also known as Bananas, is a young adult neutered male Dalmation. He is friendly with people and other dogs and has a great deal of … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen has scheduled a special town meeting for October 25 at Francis Farm. However, Town Clerk Laura Schwall will not be available to oversee it. Schwall explained the … more
If you're looking for the best sweet corn in New England, you go to the Fine Farms Corn Crib in Northern Rehoboth .This year, Ruth Fine Handy, who celebrated her 88th birthday on August 8th, while … more
The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc. is a local public charity whose mission is to serve Rehoboth residents by providing Christmas gifts, holiday support, and special occasion needs to our Rehoboth … more
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