December 7, 2019
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I would like to start by saying that both the Town of Rehoboth and the Town of Dighton have been extremely generous when it comes to the funding of our regional school district. Clearly, in the Town … more
9/23/2019 What would ever compel our Seekonk Board of Selectmen (BOS) to extend a three-year contract of an employee an additional year with more money when the contract has only been in effect … more
The Rehoboth Cemetery Commission would like to thank to many people who helped with the Memorial Service for Civil War Veteran, Alexander Williams on September 22nd. Thanks to Cem Com members … more
Dear Chairman Schwall, We at Save Our Schools have made it our mission to safeguard the highest quality education possible for our students, and we must do that by first holding our elected officials … more
Car payments are so prevalent in society today that people think they’re a normal part of life. But if you took the average car payment of $545 and invested it into a Roth IRA instead, 30 years … more
If you’re a parent, here’s something we’re both passionate about: making sure your kids have a great future. I want to help you and your kids get ready for life after high school so … more
They're done now.Stacked on shelves.They're what they areWhen they're alone.Empty clayWaiters,Bouquet'sThrones.Don Gardner Seekonk, MA more
We all know by now we’re having record budgetary woes this year. As a resident and taxpayer of this town there is one truth that I’ve held from the beginning and still do today. That is that … more
Taken from an email to the moderator of RehobothTalk regarding the “Fire Anthony Azar” YouTube account: “Lorraine (and anyone else who you may be working with), I would just like to let … more
At the June 4th Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee meeting, Mr Arrigo mentioned that the $2,115,992 override money for FY19 went to the schools but for FY20 it can be used anywhere. Dr. Azar confirmed … more
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