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It has been difficult to find the good news lately. Divisive issues and tragic events have, at times, consumed local and national news coverage.  But there is good news out there. On … more
There’s no mistaking the first impression people have of Jim Roiter’s proposal for the corner of Thames and State streets. It’s big! It IS big. But it is big not only in size, … more
There is something sneaky and unsavory about a for-profit, out-of-state company coming into town to snare and ticket motorists. That’s what’s been happening in Providence lately and it’s no … more
A day after 17 people were shot and killed at a Parkland, Fla., high school, a member of the Barrington School Committee said funding a full-time school resource officer position was not a priority … more
Some places, fear of high taxes and big debt would be good reason to hesitate before voting yes on a near-$100 million school bond. But in Westport, property tax alarm is a bit more difficult to … more
In much the same way that seven aging Tiverton plows conked out in unison during the blizzard, it was as though 67-year-old Westport High School conspired to send a message at last week’s special … more
The Town of Bristol should peer cautiously over the deep end of any pool complex before deciding to jump. There are many cheerleaders in town who would gleefully support any effort to build a … more
The youngsters had all heard that working hard, keeping promises, getting good grades, believing in yourself are good things, and they’ll hear it again and again. Preaching it is one thing - … more
The Barrington School Committee conducts itself like the board of directors for a successful, multi-million-dollar corporation. In many ways, it is. The public schools (the corporation’s … more
She had her hands full running her family’s White Rock Farm, but Jane Cabot managed to squeeze in a bit more for her beloved Little Compton. For 30 years or so, Ms. Cabot ran this small town, … more
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