February 22, 2019
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I am running for re-election to the Seekonk Board of Water Commissioners. Since you elected me in 2016, I served, in turn, as the Secretary, Vice-Chairman and finally Chairman on the Commission. My … more
Many thanks for your support of last week’s successful fundraiser for The Rehoboth Food Pantry. I will start with a big shout-out to Sue Pimental and Hillside Country Club for a great venue and … more
Last month, I began a discussion of two systems in our bodies, both of them necessary for human survival. One is the fight or flight reaction to perceived threats, physical or psychological, that … more
There comes a time when you truly must stop and wonder if we are better off today compared to the initial creation of the World Wide Web. Be honest and admit to yourselves that at one time it was … more
With another year under our belts, and 2019 well underway, Citizens Against the Rehoboth Compressor Station would like to thank our loyal members, supporters and volunteers. In the words of William … more
A year ago, it looked like the Canadian energy giant Enbridge Inc was sitting in the catbird seat. ‘Massachusetts Coalition for Sustainable Energy’, a front group for Access Northeast … more
Silence. Friend or foe? It is nothing, Yet we know, When it is With us And when It goes. Don Gardner Seekonk more
As 2018 comes to a close, The Rehoboth Food Pantry has so much to be thankful for. We are part of a very generous and supportive community. The continuous donations from individuals and businesses in … more
We discussed earlier the different kinds of love and, more specifically, the difference between conditional and unconditional love. Because unconditional love accepts us “as is” and is … more
I would like to tell my side of my story. I’m sure that some of you loyal tax payers of Rehoboth that travel to the town hall to pay your taxes have discovered that I have retired. However, I … more
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