March 25, 2017
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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
I am running for the Rehoboth Board of Selectmen and I would like to say a few short things in support of my candidacy. My wife Nancy and I moved into Rehoboth in 1991 and immediately fell in love … more
I would like to take some time to give you an overview of the working conditions, space restrictions and safety concerns with the current Fire Department Headquarters and Station # 1 quarters. The … more
I write to you today to set the record straight on some misinformation being circulated around town in regards to the proposed municipal complex. The current Board of Selectmen is committed to … more
The Police station we currently work out of was built in the early 1970’s and when I came to the Police Department in 1984, there were fourteen Police Officers on the Department. The station was … more
ON APRIL 3rd, THERE WILL BE A NON-BINDING VOTE ON THE BALLOT. This is an important vote, as a town consensus opposing Spectra Energy’s compressor station would give us the full support of our … more
How long is this overdue! A bit of history. The only new municipal building in modern times built in Rehoboth is the Council On Aging which is going to be paid for in April 2017 and your taxes will … more
I would like to take a moment to introduce myself, as I am running for a seat on the Town Of Rehoboth's Board of Selectmen. My name is Craig Chapman of Homestead Ave Rehoboth. Married to wife … more
Rehoboth Animal Advocates, Inc. is a non-profit organization, relying on donations, fundraisers and dedicated benefactors. One of their commitments is to promote awareness of care and support for … more
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