Letter: Westport treasurer rewarded with raises for work undone
To the editor: I arrived early for the December 4th Special Town Meeting regarding problems within the Westport Treasury … Read More
Seeking solace in a classic
When Tiverton summer resident Katharine Smyth lost her father to cancer, she eventually turned to a beloved book — Virginia … Read More
Plan revealed for rebuilt Adamsville Landing
A Westport resident’s hefty fine for a waterfront violation (unlicensed structure near the shoreline) is being put to good use with … Read More
Zombie wedding — A Tiverton tale for Valentine’s Day
For their Valentine’s Day story, assorted publications world-wide turned to a tale with Tiverton ties — the sweet story of a young … Read More
Westport town treasurer: Alarm sounds again
Efforts to train the town treasurer and avoid future fiscal crises of the sort discovered last fall appear to be going nowhere, … Read More
Bishop Connolly sinks Westport, 59-44
The Westport basketball team lost their second game to top seeded Bishop Connolly 59-44 in Fall River on Friday night. The loss … Read More
Obituaries
William T. Reed, Jr., 74, Westport William T. Reed, Jr., 74, of Westport, died Thursday, February 7, 2019, at Massachusetts General Hospital, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Heather (Heath) Reed.  Born in Baltimore, …
Carolyn Hirsch, 88, of Foxborough Carolyn (Norgren) Hirsch, age 88, entered into rest peacefully at home with her family on Feb. 5, 2019. She was the wife of Ernest G. Hirsch, to whom she had been married for 61 years. Born in …
Olive M. Eva, 101, Tiverton Olive M. (Teiseira) Eva, 101, passed away Sunday, February 10, 2019, in Saint Elizabeth’s Manor. She was the wife of the late Richard James Eva. Born in Warren, a daughter of the late Manuel and …

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