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Here’s why my kid with autism kicks butt. I would say “kicks butt and takes names,” but he’s terrible with names.Anyway, here is why:1. He doesn’t break rules. He … more
To the editor: With neither fanfare nor trumpeting, at the regularly scheduled July meeting of the Little Compton Agriculture Conservancy Trust (LCACT), George Mason passed on the leadership of … more
To the editor: ........we don't start regulating soon! The libertarian beliefs in this town are going to destroy it! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tragedy_of_the_commons The harbor is so … more
To the editor: As vice president of Portsmouth Softball (Little League), I am overwhelmed with the involvement and support within our Portsmouth community this past year, especially. It is with … more
To the editor: The "discovery" of massive numbers of dead and abused animals on the Medeiros property off American Legion Highway is a sickening tragedy. I place “discovery" in quotes because it … more
To the editor: Congratulations to Tim White on the fine article  about him in the East Bay papers, but more importantly for his outstanding reporting of the Carnavale misdeeds.   From “you … more
CNBC recently named Rhode Island as the worst state for business. The designation certainly was not the first time. Forbes Magazine, for example, parceled out the dubious distinction in 2009. While … more
Every year I spend much of my wedding anniversary checking the internet and Twitter for trade news. I share my anniversary, July 31st, with the trade deadline (and my sister — but that’s … more
To the editor: The Portsmouth Comprehensive Community Plan (PCCP) is the town’s primary policy document used in planning and decision making by local officials.  The PCCP provides a … more
To the editor: We now know something about Messrs. Justin Katz and Jeffrey Caron and Ms. Nancy Driggs. They do not like to be criticized. Not them. Their way of responding to criticism is to … more
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