May 27, 2017
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As the end of the 2017 school year comes to an end, I would like to thank a few amazing individuals, who were there for my son through one of his most difficult years, academic and behavior wise. In … more
Thank you to those who attended May Town Meeting, and voted for the increase in wages for the employees of the Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center. They surely deserve it. They have a heavy workload and … more
Dear Editor: This is just my reflection of the current status of our embarrassing town offices and public safety building. I have now voted twice in the affirmative for a new building. I will not … more
We would like to thank all of the students who participated in this year’s Massachusetts PTA Reflections contest, and extend an enthusiastic congratulations to the following State … more
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
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