September 28, 2022
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September 2022Hello again! Can you believe September is upon us?! As we prepare to return to work and school after our summer break there are a few health protecting items that I’d like … more
Ripley is a 1-year-old, gorgeous shepherd mix who has beautiful brindle coat with streaks of gold! She’s an all-around sweet girl who is affectionate, loves laps and enjoys riding in the car. … more
Town Administrator Shawn Cadime has signed a new three year contract, which extends through 2025. Cadime has been serving in the position since 2014. He is also a member of the Fall River City … more
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is investigating the contents of the waste dumped on a site on Almeida Road. The findings are expected to be released by mid-September, … more
Two members of the Rehoboth Police Department were promoted to Sergeant at Monday’s selectmen meeting. Louis Dibacco, an 11 year veteran, and Adam Brown, who has served for nearly eight … more
Superintendent Robert F. Bernardo became Superintendent of Seekonk Water District 17 years ago. He started work with us on May 2nd, 2005.At that time the SWD had 9 employees, 99 miles of water mains, … more
The Seekonk Police Department is adding several new officers to the roster. Last Wednesday, the Board of Selectmen approved conditional offers of employment to Kyle Herman as 3rd Class Patrolman, … more
The Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District will remain intact after voters overwhelmingly rejected a withdrawal of K-8 at Saturday’s special town meeting at Francis Farm. 70 percent of the … more
My Phone number has been changed. The new number is 508-252-5947, ext. 3127 if you wish to contact me.Thank you,Geraldine Hamel, Rehoboth Public Health Nurse more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted to support legislation promoting equity in the state’s cannabis industry and clarifying the parameters of host … more
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