September 19, 2017
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The Seekonk Dept. of Public Works has gotten a few calls over the past months about disposal of light bulbs. Maybe we can clarify instructions for you. If the bulbs are of the older incandescent … more
(For ages 10+ unless otherwise noted.)DIY Feather Pens @ RiversideMake a fun feather pen for back to school!Tuesday, Sept. 5th, 3-4pm. Register @ 433-4877 Ribbon And Button Bookmarks @ … more
The Rehoboth Animal Shelter has been busy with kittens coming and going this summer. We are glad many have found homes, but there are more, along with a few adult cats. This month's pictures are a … more
The East Providence Police Department issued a following statement in regards to the pedestrian hit & run accident that occurred on Newport Avenue on 8/21/17.On 8/21/17 at approximately 7:53pm, … more
Diamond is a short haired, black and white female kitty who is approximately two years old. She was discovered by a resident eating pieces of bread under a bird feeder in their backyard. This little … more
Saturday, September 16, 20179:00 AM - 12 noonHighway Garage more
Due to predicted rain later tonight and tomorrow, paving on Newman Ave (between Jacoby Way and Lowell St) has been re-scheduled to Thursday (8/24) and Friday (8/25). Additional rain dates for paving … more
Rehoboth, MA August 22, 2017: The Board of Selectmen voted to hold a Special Town Meeting on Monday, November 6, 2017. The Warrant for the Special Town Meeting was opened by the Board of Selectmen on … more
Since last April Rehoboth Animal Advocates has been very busy with the Trap, Neuter, and Release Program (TNR). The Advocates have helped 75 feral cats and kittens of which 19 went to the Rehoboth … more
Chili's give back event will be held on the last three Mondays in September; September 11, 18, and 25th from 11 AM to 11 PM. 10% of food sales will be donated to the East Providence Junior Townies. more
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