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To the editor: I feel obliged to answer Mr. Hewett’s letter (“Voters in Rhode Island do not seem able to get it,” Portsmouth Times, Nov. 30) about the integrity, or perhaps … more
Every once in a while, someone writes an opinion piece in The Phoenix that is so outrageous that it has to be challenged. more
The commissioners are discussing the opportunity for a family to have a tree or trees in North Burial Ground memorialize a family member. more
To the editor: It’s personal for me. Let’s just call it “top of heart” (and mind). After seven decades I’ve become more reflective even as the events of October 7, … more
To the editor: I am reaching out as chair of the Barrington Charter Review Commission (CRC) with a request for help from our entire Barrington community. The Barrington CRC is up and … more
To the editor: As the echoes of Thanksgiving still resonate throughout our town, Tap-In would like to thank the people of Barrington for your generous contributions to Tap-In's pantry shelves. … more
To the editor: I want to publicly thank the Capozza, Johnson and Pickering families for their kind and thoughtful gifts and cards on Veterans’ day. So nice to be remembered. Mike … more
When you see a little fawn nursing its mother right in front of you, of course you are going to think “how adorable, how cute — just like Bambi.' But what you don’t think of is that … more
Welcome to Westport Health Notes, a monthly column from the Westport Board of Health (BOH). The goal is to share information with our community about local issues and projects, public health alerts, … more
For a community of its size, means and resources, Barrington has the most underwhelming array of recreational facilities in Rhode Island. Through many budgets and many changes in government, … more
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