September 28, 2022
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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
MEMORANDUM: September 15, 2022TO: Planning BoardFROM: Planning DepartmentRE: Land Development Project, Master Plan submission - Igus Bearings, Inc. 275 Ferris AvenueMap 502, Block 5, Parcels 3 and … 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
Building a bigger and better Seekonk Public Library will not be cheap. Representatives from the Library Board of Trustees told the Board of Selectmen Wednesday the cost would be a whopping $24.5 … more
The town’s Police and Fire Departments held a ceremony on September 11 to remember the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The Reverend Joy Utter from Seekonk Congregational Church … more
Have you ever wondered about those cute little book houses that are scattered all around town and Rhode Island? Maybe you have seen one on Willett Avenue in Riverside or the two on Wilson Avenue in … more
The American Heart Association presents Mission: Lifeline EMS Gold Plus Achievement Award for implementation of quality care for severe heart attack patientsEast Providence, RI – The City of … 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
Penny and Phoenix are 5-month-old sibling black female kittens. Phoenix has a white splash on her neck. They arrived at the shelter when they were around 7 weeks old and were very skittish, but they … more
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