March 30, 2017
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Residents noticed during the winter months that the Iconic Cannon on Bay State Road across from American Legion Post 302 was missing for several months. Coordinated and supervised by a Boy Scout from … more
REHOBOTH - Voters in Rehoboth will be electing officers for the coming terms when they go to the polls on Monday, April 3rd . Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Precinct I voters will cast … 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
Rhode Island College Professor Robert Cvornyek will speak with our group about RI history. More specifically, he will talk about the ethnic groups of RI during the Industrial Era at the turn of the … more
Several of the animals at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter have been fortunate enough to find new homes this month. Still waiting is Jasper, a black and white neutered male cat. He has been vaccinated and … more
REMA/Rescue is looking for town residents that are willing to volunteer in our department. Volunteers are needed in the following fields including but not limited to: shelter operations, water … more
Rehoboth Emergency Management Agency/Rescue will be collecting used batteries for recycling. Drop off any batteries from cars, trucks, motorcycles, and households at the rear of the public safety … more
Local business owner Peter Beerman invites you to drop by the Ronin Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for networking, refreshments and a demonstration.Kindly RSVP by April 20 by emailsalcyn506@aol.com or call … more
Boston – State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) joined with his House colleagues this week to support an increase in survivor benefits for the families of police, firefighters and … more
Flags at the Waterman/Sammis Recreation Field, the Veterans Memorial, the Cenotaph, the C.O.A. bldg. and one that was at the intersection of Francis & Fairview were all damaged by the recent high … more
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