June 17, 2018
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About sixty years ago, Dorothy Beckwith invited the first woman judge in Massachusetts to speak at the graduation ceremony for ninth graders as they left Anawan School for the great unknown. The … more
Being a Progressive is not being a part of a political party or a movement. Being a Progressive is an idea. An idea that demands fairness and equality for all. The advancement of the human … more
The Rehoboth 375 Anniversary Committee held the “Taste of Rehoboth” fundraiser on June 5 at Francis Farm in Rehoboth. Thank you to the over 220 people who attended. Your attendance and … more
From: Supt. Anthony C. Azar, Ed.D.Contact: aazar@drregional.orgSupt. Azar: “We have reached a point in time where the Town of Rehoboth's revenues are not sufficient to fund the basic town … more
I support our town. I support our schools. I support our override.Over the course of the last few years, in general, and the past couple weeks, in particular, I have heard from family and friends … more
Please vote YES on July 17th and support the Proposition 2 ½ Override. Although the onus for this override has been laid at the feet of our school district, the fact is the district has been … more
Turtles have been living on our earth for more than 200 million years. They were here when the dinosaurs walked the earth. They did quite well until about 100 years ago until the automobile started … more
I am writing on behalf of the Keep Rehoboth Beautiful Sub-Committee to acknowledge and thank the scores of hardworking volunteers that made our recent town-wide litter cleanup a great success. … more
We wanted to extend a sincere thank you to Jeff Fisk and Fisk Construction for helping us in our time of need. A few months ago, one of our beloved llamas passed away. He was 15 years old and had … more
At a recent Zoning Board of Appeals meeting members made several critical comments regarding the proposal by the Women's Development Corporation to construct 36 low income housing units at the Anawan … more
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