April 26, 2017
Town News
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Residents noticed during the winter months that the Iconic Cannon on Bay State Road across from American Legion Post 302 was missing for several months. Coordinated and supervised by a Boy Scout from … more
Hello All ~ Happy Spring! March was a crazy busy month in the Town Clerk’s office. During the month of March we processed thousands of Census forms, registered hundreds of dogs, while also … more
D-R Career & Technical Education Receives Largest Grant Ever The Career & Technical Education Department at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School has been selected to receive more than … more
Citizens Against the Rehoboth Compressor Station (CARCS) held a presentation on March 30 on the $3 billion Access Northeast gas pipeline expansion project, a few days before the town of Rehoboth … more
Rehoboth voters turned down the proposed municipal complex in the April 3 election, leaving many town officials and employees very disappointed. The ballot question requesting a temporary tax … more
Voters in Seekonk approved the ballot question for a new animal shelter at the local election on April 3. The ballot question vote was 816 in favor and 294 against for a temporary tax increase … more
When: Saturday, April 22nd from 9:00 a.m. to Noon Where: Public Works Complex/City Garage 60 Commercial Way Free of charge and open only to East Providence residents Please, no commercial … more
Good Neighbors Soup Kitchen & Day Shelter is holding a Yard Sale on Saturday, June 10 from 8:00 a.m.-noon, with a preview on Friday, June 9 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. The sale will be held indoors, rain … more
State House – Sen. Walter S. Felag, Jr.’s (D-Dist. 10, Warren, Bristol, Tiverton) legislation (2017-S 0170) that amends the Good Samaritan Act of 2016 by adding alcohol and … more
REHOBOTH — Massachusetts doesn’t need additional gas capacity in order to serve its electricity needs, a state assistant attorney general told a forum of local residents opposing … more
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