May 26, 2024
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Francis Farm 1st Wednesday of Every Month at 11:00 AM Starting June 5th Call or text Randy at 508-838-7547 Rain or Shine more
Spring brought a number of cats and kittens to the Rehoboth Animal Shelter, and some are still here, waiting for new homes. To make an appointment or to get more information, or to report a lost or … more
Rehoboth’s 3rd Annual Old Tyme Clam Bake Come and Celebrate our Community and our History! Where: Francis Farm (27 Francis Farm Rd) When: Saturday August 17th, 4-6pm Ticket sales start 6/17 … more
The $57.999 billion budget was approved unanimously following three days of robust, bipartisan debate. BOSTON — The Massachusetts Senate has unanimously approved a $57.999 billion budget for … more
Do you want to feel more confident telling the difference between native and invasive plants on your property? June 8, 2024 from 9-11am / Rain Date: June 9, 2024 9-11am Join RLT President, Carol … more
Boston – Just days before Memorial Day, State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) joined with his colleagues to pass legislation that would expand benefits for the Commonwealth’s … more
The Keep Rehoboth Beautiful Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in our 2024 Roadside Cleanup. Our community volunteers are a critical component to make the clean up successful. … more
Rehoboth Ambulance is a private non-profit corporation under contract to the town. The ambulance service is seeking the town’s support in order to continue operations. One of the June … more
The study will examine factors contributing to declining enrollment, along with recommendations for solutions aimed at reversing trends Boston— Dean of the Massachusetts Senate Marc R. Pacheco … more
Would you like to take a short, fun, inexpensive and educational day trip to a historic land mark this Summer? Less than a gallon of gas will take your family to Rehoboth’s Hornbine School … more
Town officials will be creating a 10 year Capital Plan in order to maintain various buildings. “We have these beautiful buildings and we need to spend money on maintenance and repair so … more
The Board of Selectmen paid tribute to town native Carl Steven Berghman, affectionately known as “Bugsy Stevens” to his fans. The race car legend died on Monday at the age of 90. … more
Dr. Bruce Thayer and Richard Panofsky have resigned from the Human Services and Community Health Board. “He remains available if we need him for some other tasks,” Selectmen Chair … more
Boston— Dean of the Massachusetts Senate Marc R. Pacheco (D-Taunton) co-sponsored an amendment to the Senate version of the FY25 budget that calls for a Massachusetts Department of … more
The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society ( RAS ) is accepting applications for the 2024-2025 second semester scholarship. Applicants must be planning to major in a field related to museum or library studies. … more
Boston — Dean of the Massachusetts Senate Marc R. Pacheco (D-Taunton) has secured funding in the Senate version of the FY25 state budget that will go to Bristol County for the restoration and … more
Three young ladies from Finland, France, and Austria are waiting for the call. As Part of the Massachusetts Lions Youth Camps and Exchange Program (YCE) run by Lions Clubs International for 60 years, … more
The sun is shining! But it was dreary the day of our meeting, May 16th. In spite of that, there were 13 people at our meeting! We finalized plans for the 50th Anniversary Celebration, discussed more … more
On May 13, the Board of Selectmen removed a warrant article which would have codified revisions of the town’s bylaws. Town Clerk Laura Schwall had intended for residents to adopt the changes at … more
Boston – Citing the need to protect patient access to health care, State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted to support comprehensive hospital oversight legislation that … more
Boston – State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) recently voted in favor of legislation that authorizes $1.235 billion in state bond funding to help improve the Commonwealth’s … more
The Board of Selectmen delayed approving any changes to the town bylaws until the fall. Town Clerk Laura Schwall had expected the board to review and approve the changes before the June 4 Spring Town … more
Ma Propane Association met at Lin’s Propane Trucks last week to hear from area propane and oil marketers on proposed DEP regulations. The regulation discussed would cause a disastrous financial … more
I am disappointed today to announce that Steward Health Care has filed for bankruptcy. I want to assure members of our communities who rely on area Steward-owned hospitals like Morton Hospital in … more
The annual plant sale organized by the Rehoboth Garden Club was a huge success. People were lining up as early as 8 am Saturday at Francis Farm, where there were over 2,800 plants available for … more
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