November 20, 2017
Town News
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10/22/2017 Press Release: Yesterday Newton Mayor and candidate for State Governor Setti Warren toured the site of the proposed Rehoboth Compressor Station at Poncin Hewitt Field and spoke out against … more
Where: Rehoboth Town Hall 148 Peck Street Rehoboth, MA 02769 When: Tuesday November 28, 2017, 2:30 PM-5:00 PMFor who: Anyone 3 years of age and older regardless of insurance **Questions can be … more
Saturday October 28th, 2017 Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm Location: EP Weaver Library (Community Meeting Room)A great place for the community to gather for an open meeting with our committee to get to know … more
Meet Boone - he is a domestic short haired, white and black male cat who is approx 10 months old. He is a sweetheart who enjoys attention and being loved. He can often be found doing his happy feet … more
There are a number of cats at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter, waiting for good homes.Harold is a very sweet, long-haired young adult cat. He has been neutered and vaccinated and loves attention.Patti is … more
Rehoboth Ambulance is running a Community CPR class at the Blanding Library (124 Baystate Rd).All ages are welcome.Class will be held on Thursday November 16th and there will be another class on … more
When I look at what’s happening in Washington, I just shake my head because I know we can do better.It can’t just be me who is tired of the political scene today – the nastiness of … more
We are seeking fine artists who create paintings, ceramics, photography, sculpture, handmade jewelry, fiber and glass. Hand signed, high quality photo reproductions of original work will also be … more
Rehoboth- Littering is a problem that is all too familiar in Rehoboth. Bottles, cans, snack bags, and other items are commonly found scattered along our roadways. Local teen Abby Abrahamson saw this … more
The Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club had their Annual Fall Bazaar and outdoor yard sale on Oct. 21st. Lots of work but a wonderful day. A wonderful day not only for our success, but for the … more
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