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It was stunning back in September when Tiverton Police accused one of their own with spending nights at home when he was being paid to work, and with ordering the whole night shift into “quiet … more
Everywhere you look, you see the stars and stripes. Giant flags are flying over Town Common and Herreshoff Marine Museum; bunting drapes from windows all over town; even the Mt. Hope Bridge is … more
The idea of forming an independent taxing district to fund education in Warren and Bristol has a lot of promise. After years of rhetoric from both towns and unfair aid disbursement that has cost … more
A most encouraging summer spectacle has been the occasional pogy explosion —  little fish by the thousand churning the waters to froth in Bristol Harbor, the Sakonnet and Westport rivers … more
Science deniers in Washington may be willing to trade their planet’s future for momentary profit, but momentum toward cleaner ways carries on despite this shameful bit of Presidential … more
In a quiet corner of Barrington, a group of parishioners is making a difference. The folks at Saints Matthew and Mark Episcopal Church, which is located on Chapel Street in the Alfred Drown … more
The school budget debate is fixing to be one heck of a showdown. With two weeks to go, two groups are rallying the troops. It's taxpayers (many of whom are school parents) vs. school parents … more
“If you don’t like it, do something about it.” Words to live by. Yet, too often, people will spot a problem, complain ad nauseum about it to anyone who will listen, and then … more
The waters are rising, of that there is no longer any doubt. No one can credibly argue any more that sea level rise — caused by human activity that has fueled global climate change — is a … more
The latest in a seemingly ceaseless series of local animal issues cannot be compared to the American Legion Highway calamity that put Westport on the animal cruelty map. But it is disturbing … more
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