January 28, 2022
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Nearly all the animals at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter have been adopted in recent months. This is wonderful but does make for a shortage of creatures to feature this month. There is our crotchety cat … more
Birthday presentsFor our Rehoboth families facing challenging times The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc. has expanded its mission...to include Birthday Gifts to support our Rehoboth Children. Please … more
The Seekonk Public Schools is making some major changes to its Covid-19 testing protocols in accordance with DESE (Department of Elementary and Secondary Education) and the Department of Public … more
Following the recent opening of the new Town Hall at 340 Anawan Street, the Rehoboth Board of Selectmen have withdrawn the public water supply permit at 100 Peck Street.“It’s a benefit … more
The Rehoboth Historical Commission strives to preserve the wonderful history of Rehoboth, and to help bring awareness of the history to its citizens. Rehoboth is filled with old homes, some dating … more
In honor of National Battery Day, here are some tips for using batteries. Ensure you read instructions on batteries before use. For efficient batteries, keep them at room temperature or lower. This … more
"To see if the Town will approve the withdrawal of K - 8 Grades from the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District in accordance with Section IX of the Regional Agreement, and to direct the Board of … more
Dumpling is a 1-2 year old black female short haired kitty. She enjoys playing with other cats but she is shy with people. When you visit the Shelter, you are likely to see her lounging on the cat … more
East Bay Community Action Program's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will once again have certified IRS tax preparers available to provide free income tax preparation for low to … more
Boston – State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently supported a $55 million supplemental budget that provides funding for expanded COVID-19 testing and the distribution of masks … more
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