September 24, 2018
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The Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts added their support to the growing list of organizations and committees to endorse An Act relative to patient safety and hospital transparency (the … 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
Select two family meeting locations where your family can reunite after a disaster, one close to home and another farther away, in case you are asked to evacuate or can’t return to the area. … more
Rehoboth - Rehoboth Democratic Town Committee (RDTC) announces its endorsement and strong support for Paul Feeney, Re-Election Candidate for the Bristol and Norfolk State Senate seat. "Senator Feeney … more
We are excited to announce that this year; members of the EPPD will be participating in the Pink Patch Project. You will see officers proudly wearing pink patches throughout the month of October to … more
Esther has recently arrived at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. She would be a great lap cat! She is a largish, fluffy black cat who loves attention. She purrs non-stop, gives head-rubs, and "talks" to … more
In 1957 the Rehoboth Lions received it’s charter, and since that time has been participating in community service projects in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, and throughout the world through Lions … more
Regatta is a silky soft, medium haired, black female kitty who is around 2 years old. She was found in a resident’s yard, under a boat, with her 6 kittens who were only a few days old. She … more
Weaver Library, 41 Grove Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914 401-434-2453 Programs Majesty and Mystery of Crop Circles at the Weaver Library Monday, October 1, 2018 … more
East Providence City Council-at-Large candidate, Bob Rodericks, addressed the City Council at the September 18th meeting in which he expressed concern over "a pattern of neglectful maintenance at … more
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