October 4, 2023
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Fall is upon us!! With the beautiful weather we continue to have as I write to you all, and as the days continue to get shorter, please be mindful of our children as they wait for and come on the … more
Dighton-Rehoboth School officials dismissed a discrepancy in the FY’24 school budget as a “clerical error.” At Monday’s Board of Selectmen meeting, Sue Pimental, Chief … more
As the summer heat subsides and the cooler temperatures begin to settle in, remember that we also offer confidential heating assistance. Call 508-493-1922 for more information. The Rehoboth Lions … more
We recently shared the wonderful news that Rehoboth Land Trust (RLT) received a grant to aid in the Phase 1 planning for a project at our 80 Mason Street property. It is one of several active RLT … more
Seekonk Town Administrator Shawn Cadime said he was concerned about the proposed Tri County Regional Vocational High School project, which will cost $280 million. A special election will be held on … more
Several adult cats, a half-grown pair or kittens, and two dogs are at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter waiting for their forever homes. Patrick is a quiet tabby and white neutered male cat. He would like … more
The Doorways food pantry literally “got a lift” from the Seekonk Council of the Knights of Columbus with the donation of a pallet jack to assist in the unloading of the truck that picks … more
We want pictures of school buildings or anything related to Rehoboth’s schools during the 20th Century. Bring school related materials to the Hornbine School Museum on Saturday, October 7th … more
Members of the Select Board, School Committee, and Finance Committee gathered September 20 for a discussion about the future of Seekonk Public Schools. Colliers was hired to conduct a Conditions … 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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