December 1, 2023
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Rehoboth taxpayers won’t be paying as much money for the town’s share of the new Bristol-Plymouth Regional Vocational Technical School. Selectman Michael Deignan said with the admission … more
A ceremony was held on Veterans Day to honor the men and women who have served their country in the armed forces. “We give thanks to all veterans who served their country honorably during … more
The City of East Providence held its annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony on Saturday, November 11th by honoring East Providence Veteran, 100-year-old Jean Kesner. Kesner, a lifelong East Providence … more
Thank you to Veteran Agent James LaFlame and Human Services' Director Brittney Faria for a great day of celebration with the Navy Band Northeast Woodwind Quintet (Newport) with a wonderful … more
Just in time for the holiday season, Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse announces a new ornament. The 2023 ornament features a colorful photo of the southeast view of Riverside’s historic … more
If you have glanced over at the Lighthouse on your stroll or ride along the East Bay Bike Path recently, you may have noticed something new happening. A freshly painted white picket fence has been … more
The Seekonk Select Board remains uncertain about how the search for a new Fire Chief will be conducted. Chief Sandra Lowery will be stepping down in February. Lowery has been on sick leave … more
34 new students have been enrolled in Seekonk Public Schools in the last two weeks, according to Superintendent Rebecca Kidwell. Approximately 40 migrant families are being housed at the Ramada … more
Voters approved $759,814.80 for repairs and maintenance to the Rehoboth Senior Center at Tuesday’s Fall Town Meeting. The measure earned 98 votes in favor with 44 in opposition. Sue … more
The Rehoboth Cultural Council, funded by the Mass Cultural Council supports projects and activities that encourage and promote the cultural and artistic vitality of the Rehoboth community. Grant … more
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