October 25, 2020
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The 2020 RI ProStart High School Culinary & Foodservice Management and Hotel Management Competition was held today, February 27, 2020 at the Omni Providence Hotel in Providence, RI. For the third … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen met Tuesday night with the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School Committee to discuss the 2021 budget.Selectmen chairman Gerry Schwall is hoping to avoid a repeat of last … more
American Legion’s Ceremony for Disposal of Unserviceable Flags is a dignified tribute to the U.S. flag and to its symbolism. The American Legions ceremony is both legal and proper, and that it … more
Rehoboth Town Moderator William Cute was the subject of an ethics complaint lodged by an anonymous caller regarding a meeting last July with town and school officials.Cute attended the meeting with … more
Boston – State Representative Steven Howitt, R-Seekonk is supporting legislation to improve the delivery of public health services through enhanced collaboration between local boards of health … more
According to a press release from the Rhode Island Senate this morning, February 26, 2020, a newly formed coalition called Revenue for Rhode Island launched its campaign to raise revenue for the … more
State House – Sen. Valarie J. Lawson (D-Dist. 14, East Providence) has introduced legislation (2020-S 2465) which would establish the Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund to provide … more
Thank you Rehoboth Fire Department and to Fire Station #1 for your local support to the Veterans Service Office of Rehoboth. The Veterans Service Office in 2016 took the lead in maintaining the flags … more
Emily Fasteson, a junior at Seekonk High School, has been unanimously elected to the Board of Directors of the Doorways Food Pantry in Seekonk. “Emily is one of our most active … more
The 911 Dispatchers of Seekonk are considered public safety telecommunicators. Every year during the second week of April, telecommunications personnel in the public safety community are honored. … more
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