April 27, 2017
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Thank you to all of the Rehoboth residents who came out to vote against the compressor station in our last town election. Because of your support, we are pleased to confirm we now have the full … more
I am both heartened and disheartened by the results of the recent Rehoboth ballot questions. I am heartened by the overwhelming 89.5% “NO” vote on Ballot Question #2 (but sorry it’s not … more
Please come and be heard!Please come and make a change for your child!Please come to ensure our children get the support they need to reach their optimum potential.Only you as a parent or guardian of … more
Thanks to all who participated in some way with this year's Mom Prom which raised $1,000 for the Rehoboth Helping Hands Food Pantry. Hillside Country Club provided a beautiful venue and wonderful … more
Rehoboth Democratic Town Committee (RDTC) stands together with fellow Rehoboth Residents in opposition to the proposed Natural Gas Compressor Station in Rehoboth. Thank you to the Citizens Against … more
The Rehoboth Democratic Town Committee (RDTC) is proud to announce its endorsement of Anthony Arrigo for Dighton Rehoboth School Committee. During the RDTC February 13th meeting, Anthony Arrigo was … more
The 200 or so people at the Special Town Meeting voted to put the municipal complex on the April ballot, although it was not a unanimous decision. The ballot question will allow the Town to borrow … more
Tuesday afternoon, at Evergreen Tree & Landscape in Seekonk, CARCS unveiled a list of 181 local business signatures to an audience of business owners, residents and legislators, who came together … more
Please come and be heard! Please come and make a change for your child! Please come to ensure our children get the support they need to reach their optimum potential. Only you as a … more
Hello, My labradoodle, Micah, loves to read the Seekonk reporter. She was hoping her pic could be shared in the newspaper. She loves to see what's going on in town. Thank you, Christine … more
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