July 12, 2020
Letters
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Thank you to the over 500 people that came out to support me in my recent run for Selectman, I was floored. Congratulations to Mr. Perry and Mr. Muri and all others who sought office and achieved … more
Racism, yes, can be very loud and in your face but it can be so subtle and secretive that you may never see it. It doesn’t always manifest in the scream of racial profanity, in the blatant … more
I JUST VOTED BY MAIL in the town election! Easy-peasy. I'm convinced ample security measures were taken, and I plan to vote by mail in upcoming elections. As I understand it, the signed … more
On the night of June 1st I noticed a police car in front of my house, lights swirling. I was hoping that yet another speeder was being stopped in this 20 mile an hour zone near the library where … more
It's lifeWas short.The little BoyJumped into ItAnd screamed With joy.A fewMore jumpsAnd itWas done,After itSharedA littleFun. Don Gardner Seekonk more
This is a beautiful historic sight, the Carpenter Bridge in Rehoboth, right on the Palmer River. My wife and I picked up 17 diapers and 78 nip bottles on the site just the other day. In the last 15 … more
A bald eagle has been flying around the river and Shad Factory Pond the past few days, mature bird with white head and tail and very fast hard to photograph. more
We all know by now we’re having record budgetary woes this year. As a resident and taxpayer of this town there is one truth that I’ve held from the beginning and still do today. That is that … more
Taken from an email to the moderator of RehobothTalk regarding the “Fire Anthony Azar” YouTube account: “Lorraine (and anyone else who you may be working with), I would just like to let … more
At the June 4th Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee meeting, Mr Arrigo mentioned that the $2,115,992 override money for FY19 went to the schools but for FY20 it can be used anywhere. Dr. Azar confirmed … more
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