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To the editor: According to the present Sakonnet Harbor Management Plan, swimming is now permitted in Sakonnet harbor, yet no state testing can occur unless there is a paid life guard and paid … more
By Jenny O'Neill Westport’s old-timers have fond memories of a now forgotten tradition of May baskets. These hand-made paper or cardboard baskets, filled with small treats and trinkets, were … more
To the editor: Ka-Boom!  Could our democratic society implode from internal causes?  Tragically, this is becoming thinkable and even likely.  Many Americans seem clueless or … more
To the editor: Recently, the Little Compton community came together in an effort to renovate the local playground. Volunteers spread 215 yards of playground mulch, relocation of site equipment, … 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
To the editor:Rhode Island has been on the cutting edge of historic preservation from its very early days. Major figures like Antoinette Downing, Bonnie Warren, Bristol’s own Lombard Pozzi and … more
To the editor:For the first time in three years, since Covid-19, the U.S. Postal Service, in conjunction with the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), will restart the "Stamp Out Hunger" … more
To the editor: The developer’s — Brady Sullivan LLC — own submitted floor plans state multiple times that the Maximum Floor Area, the total Gross Floor Area (GFA) – or … more
To the editor:I can agree with the title given to Mike Proto’s letter in last week’s Phoenix. Candidates for public office should disclose their advocacy affiliations. That seems fair … more
To the editor:Last week there were two letters in the Phoenix that covered a talk by Erica Sanzi sponsored by the Bristol County Concerned Citizens (BCCC), but the two letters were quite different in … more
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