May 29, 2020
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It's lifeWas short.The little BoyJumped into ItAnd screamed With joy.A fewMore jumpsAnd itWas done,After itSharedA littleFun. Don Gardner Seekonk more
This is a beautiful historic sight, the Carpenter Bridge in Rehoboth, right on the Palmer River. My wife and I picked up 17 diapers and 78 nip bottles on the site just the other day. In the last 15 … more
Dear Editor: During these challenging times, postal employees are working hard to ensure residents stay connected with their world through the mail. Whether it’s medications, a package, a … more
Entering the home1. Take your shoes off at the door 2. Wash your hands3. Spray the soles of your shoes with a cleaning solution4. Returning from work, follow steps above - thenPut all your clothes … more
We are writing to announce the postponement of the 3rd Annual Keep Rehoboth Beautiful Townwide Spring Cleanup due to the outbreak of COVID-19. While this was a difficult decision to make because we … more
Please be aware that Gov. Baker, as of this evening, has ordered a three week shut down of Massachusetts Public Schools. As of now, this shut down is through April 6th with a return to school date of … more
As a follow up to our previous email regarding the closure of our school district, through at least Friday, March 20th, we would like to offer additional information. In a recent communication from … more
As more information regarding COVID-19 is made available, DRRSD is enacting a response plan to ensure continued daily operation of schools. Part of the response plan includes social distancing as … more
I believe in three core principles that I plan on supporting with every decision I make. The first principle is we can run a school district that is both enriching for our students and fiscally … more
I am happy to announce my candidacy for the Dighton Rehoboth Regional School Committee. As a member of the committee, my mission will be to represent the interests of Rehoboth as pertaining to the … more
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