December 19, 2018
Letters
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We recently asked Chief of Police Trombetta and Highway Superintendent Costello if they would fix a safety issue in front of our houses. They dealt with our request immediately and effectively. We … more
This may sound like a stupid question but I’ll ask it anyway, what happens if they build the new Hope Point Tower In Providence and there’s a fire on the 46 floor how are the people going … more
Commissioner Wagner may be calling it a “truth telling moment” but it is a half-truth at best. RICAS may allow us to compare test scores to neighboring Massachusetts but the picture … more
The Family of Barbara A. (Gadouas) Parent of Rehoboth would like to thank the many people of the community that touched her life. She passed away peacefully at home on September 3, 2018 surrounded by … more
Hi, We wanted to share this beautiful piece of art work on Route 44 in Rehoboth. It was created by Mike Higgins chainsaw artist. My husband had this made for me for my birthday in August and as a … more
As so often happens in any field, someone writes a thesis that for whatever reason attracts attention and it becomes the latest innovation for a while until it is found to be a boondoggle.Apparently … more
Please be advised that the Trane Corporation presented a check in the amount of $18, 715.67 to the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District at their regularly scheduled meeting, November 27th in the … more
When I began my quest to understand unconditional love, it was for the loftiest of goals. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote near the very end of his last book that developing an all-embracing and … more
I am writing this thank you on behalf of myself and the other New England Poets who read at the Blanding Library on September 22, 2018.Despite her busy schedule, Whitney Pape, Director of the … more
On behalf of myself and Seekonk Recycling Committee, I would like to thank those volunteers who participated in the First Annual Fall Litter Patrol event on the weekend of November 3-4, 2018. The … more
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