April 26, 2017
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I like a nice walk in the woods. I enjoy it even more when the ground isn't covered with litter and trash. So for 2017 I've committed myself to cleaning up the gammino pond conservation area. Since … more
The family of the late Robert McKenna would like to thank everyone who came out for the 4th Annual Blood Drive in his memory. In addition, we truly appreciate the fact that the Seekonk School … more
The Municipal Complex plan will be up for a vote in April, and now is the time to carefully review the proposal. Voters are being asked to make a decision based on a simple architect’s rendering of … more
As your Councilman, I have been working on several issues for our ward. In order to keep you informed and up to date, I am listing some of the issues for you that we have been able to progress … more
Dear Family, Friends and Citizens of Rehoboth: I am Alan Dyer of 9 Katherine Rd, and the following does not represent the views, thoughts or concerns of CARCS, they are solely my views, thoughts … more
Thank you to all that came to the pasta supper on Jan. 29th in support of the Rehoboth Animal Advocates. It was a wonderful community event, good food and good people. Thank you to our Chef Chico … more
My grampa, my hero [Photo gallery]
With all the negativity going on in the world today I wanted to share something positive and heartwarming. My grandfather Robert E Denham jr. left this world November 14th at 11:20 am. He was without … more
My family has lived in Rehoboth since 1997 and just like so many others who’ve moved into town from surrounding communities, we enjoy the country and rural feel combined with the convenience of … more
HEAL OUR LAND Our country needs healing. Our communities need healing. Our neighborhoods need healing. Our families need healing. Our politicians need healing. WE ALL NEED HEALING!! What is … more
On June 21st at approx. 11:55pm I collapsed at home unable to move my left side. I dialed 911 but was unable to speak. I had to communicate by answering her with numbers, waiting for a signal from my … more
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