September 24, 2020
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The town is still without a Police Chief. The Seekonk Board of Selectmen voted for Dean Isabella to serve as the town’s top cop last June. Chairman Justin Sullivan recently told the Reporter … more
The Veterans Service Officer continues to provide transportation for our Rehoboth Veterans and has taken all safety measures for Covid-19 and put them in place to protect our Veterans and Drivers. If … more
From Our Hearts to You – Rehoboth Food Pantry Thanks YOU!As we have often said, Rehoboth Food Pantry is so blessed to be a part of this community. During this very difficult time, as COVID … more
 A pair of local businesses have stepped in to help the Council on Aging following the September 12 fire which destroyed the Rehoboth Senior Center. The $1.4 million facility at 55 Bay State … more
Because of Covid concerns, the 2020 meeting of the Rehoboth Cemetery Association will not be open to the public. more
East Providence, RI – Mayor Bob DaSilva today signed a newly revamped group of ordinances that will ultimately improve East Providence’s sanitation program. The ordinances, introduced by … more
East Providence, RI – East Providence Mayor Bob DaSilva presented the FY2020-2021 proposed budget to the City Council on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020.“This budget was prepared to not only … more
The cause of the September 12 fire which decimated the Rehoboth Senior Center remains unknown. The $1.4 million facility at 55 Bay State Road was deemed a total loss. Only the front portico remains … more
East Providence, RI – On Friday, Sept. 11 a city of East Providence employee saw a coyote on the property of the WHJY building/Eastern Avenue area acting strangely. Animal Control was … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen are working to find a new location to house the Council on Aging staff following Saturday’s devastating fire at the Senior Center. The $1.4 million facility at … more
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