September 28, 2022
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Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted to support legislation to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts. House Bill 5164, An Act regulating sports wagering, … more
Hello All ~ I hope you are enjoying your summer!  A friendly reminder, real estate taxes were due Monday, August 1, 2022.  You may process your tax payment online @ … more
We are trying to assess how many Rehoboth residents would take advantage of having an optometrist visit the Public Health Nurses office at 27 Francis Farm Rd., just across the parking from the Senior … more
It has been a busy summer at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. Over 20 kittens have been adopted, as have some adult cats and one dog! For the latest information, or to report a lost or found pet, call … more
It’s already August, the summer is going by fast. I hope everyone is enjoying the warm weather and getting out and enjoying the many beautiful beaches, parks, and lakes we have here in New … more
Flood Zone Property Buyout Available to State Street NeighborhoodU.S. Senator Jack Reed announced over $12 million in a “Buyout Lifeline for Flood-Prone Properties” in East Providence, … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen expressed alarm about the dumping of 300 truckloads of sewage sludge in neighboring Rehoboth and the potential impact on town residents.A meeting will be held on August … more
The state’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) says both member towns need to approve an amendment to the regional school agreement before a K-8 withdrawal can occur.In a … more
A signal beacon has been installed at the intersection of Lincoln Street and Taunton Avenue (Route 44), the site of a deadly crash last June. A husband and wife from Pawtucket were killed when … more
The Rehoboth Conservation Commission has been fighting the disposal of 300 truckloads of sewage sludge on Almeida Road. Last April, the commission issued a cease and desist order to Charney, the … more
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