October 21, 2020
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Dear Neighbor and Fellow Seekonk Resident, I am writing to respectfully ask that you consider me, Adam Petronio, for Selectman when you vote at the April 6th Annual town election. As a … more
Rehoboth selectmen chairman Gerry Schwall is refuting Dighton-Rehoboth school officials’ claims that he is serving as Interim Town Administrator.In an e-mail to the Reporter, school committee … more
The Riverside Middle School boys basketball team is advancing in state middle school playoff action after a 69-61 win over a tough North Cumberland team this week. The team suffered its first loss in … more
The Seekonk Board of Selectmen were asked to provide more transparency in their budget deliberations by a former member.Doreen Taylor wanted to know if the members had seen a draft copy of the 2021 … more
After years of fighting for a new Public Safety headquarters, the Board of Selectmen have come up with an economical solution. Selectmen Chairman Gerry Schwall announced an agreement with the … more
One political newcomer is running for the Rehoboth Board of Selectmen in the April 7 town election. Laura E. Dias Samsel has returned nomination papers to run for one of the two open three-year … more
Town Clerk Florice Craig may be facing two potential rivals in her bid for re-election to another three year term. Sandra Escaler and Bryan Mulvey have both taken out papers to run for the … more
The Rehoboth Board of Selectmen are forming a three member committee in an effort to make the planned roundabout at the intersection of Route 44 (Winthrop Street) and Route 118 (Bay State Road) more … more
Hello All ~ Happy February ~ I hope you are staying warm!   As a friendly reminder, Real Estate Tax Bills were due Friday, February 1st.  Payment can be made via mail, hand delivery to … more
February is a packed with holidays and history, this year we even have an extra day thanks to Leap Year! February 2nd is Ground Hog Day and Super Bowl Sunday so get the nachos ready and pray for … more
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