June 16, 2024
Opinion
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I am writing to introduce myself to the community as a candidate for the DR district school committee position. My name is Robert Owens, and while I was not a lifelong resident of our town and I did … more
Hello. I’m Aaron Morse and I am running for re-election to the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School Committee. My family and I moved here to Rehoboth in 2018, joining my wife’s parents who … more
Dear Rehoboth Residents, I am Gary Zimmer and I am running for Rehoboth Constable in the April 4 th election as a Republican supported by the Republican Caucus. I ask for your vote. I am a … more
(Family Features) No matter how cramped and cluttered your living space may be, you can almost always find a spot or two for extra storage. It's often just a matter of getting creative and utilizing … more
(Family Features) Customizing interior spaces to suit your unique needs can be easy and economical with a solution like versatile sliding bypass doors. If you want to create a multi-functional living … more
(BPT) - A big part of building your dream deck is the planning. In fact, a typical deck project can take six months (or more) from inspiration to installation. To help make your dream a reality, the … more
(Family Features) Springtime is a perfect opportunity for homeowners to begin planning renovations to enhance the interior and exterior of their living space. Because of its strong performance … more
We, the family of the late Robert McKenna, would like to thank everyone who came out in January for the 10th annual blood drive in his memory. In addition, we truly appreciate the support of the … more
Vaping among high school students has become an epidemic in our state of Massachusetts. According to the government of Massachusetts, in 2019, 32% of high school students reported vaping compared to … more
Shyly creeping Through the Ground. Has the Last snow Come around? This tiny thing With iron chin, Lets the fight For spring Begin. Don Gardner Seekonk more
Online scammers have gotten so sneaky lately that it’s not just your elderly grandparents at risk—boomers, millennials and even Gen Z-ers can get taken advantage of if they’re not … more
Massachusetts is one of the twelve states in the United States that have enacted “no-fault” automobile insurance. Under a no-fault insurance system, your own insurance company pays for or … more
Supposedly, St. Valentine’s Day had its beginnings in early Rome, with both pagan and Christian roots. Stories vary as recorded history was not as detailed with what we are used to today with … more
As I write this in late January, I can’t predict what the groundhog will do this year, except be annoyed that some humans in top hats have yanked him out of his cozy burrow, in front of a bunch … more
Going to college provides plenty of benefits for some people. For high school students, it might seem like the logical next step after graduation. For older adults, going back to school might sound … more
Thank you for providing us with a local food economy! It feeds Rehoboth in too many ways to list. I am so proud of the farms which have survived several generations, as well as the new ones that have … more
Please consider a proposal to establish a wetland preservation zone in our Town bylaws.The state’s Wetland Preservation Act only requires activity to be buffered within 100-ft of a wetland. It … more
I guess it's time to run my mouth and aggravate my bride of 47 years.I'm chairman of the Economic Development Committee and have been since 17'. Normally sometime in June we get asked if we want to … more
If you drive the streets and roads in East Providence, keep your mechanic close. Richard Guptill more
This past December I penned a letter to The Reporter on behalf of Keep Metacomet Green. As the name suggests, our grassroots community organization is an advocate for the preservation of the … more
The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving would like to thank our wonderful community for their generous support during this season’s Blizzard of Giving campaign. Rehoboth is full of caring people who … more
I am very fortunate to live in South Seekonk, near Wedgewood Drive. I wish everyone was as fortunate as I am to have a family like this as neighbors. This is their current display of artistic … more
We often think of the new year as a fresh start, but one obstacle that’s still lingering in the background for so many is the burden of student loan debt. The good news is that you don’t … more
Flakes fall So agile In the Cold. A slow waltz Silently unfolds. My breath Joins in. We move Along. Winter partners Without A song. Don Gardner Seekonk, MA more
Well, folks, it’s somehow January already. And you know what that means: training your brain to write 2023 instead of 2022 on everything. It also means the season of resolutions is officially … more
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