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As we approach the annual town financial meeting, it is paramount to critically consider the allocation of our resources. The Little Compton Taxpayers Association   and their allies have often … more
OVERLINE: Westport Health Notes   Welcome to Westport Health Notes, a monthly column from the Westport Board of Health (BOH).   The goal is to share information with our community … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Warren Little League board of directors, coaches, families and players, I’d like to offer a wholehearted thank you to everyone that came out to celebrate the … more
To the editor: As the anti-gunners like to trumpet, there are over 400 million guns in the United States, and approximately 50,000 gun-related deaths a year. Therefore, for every gun involved in … more
Rhode Island needs to pass a law regulating electric bicycles and their use on bike paths. A bill before the General Assembly would do that, but the current version is flawed and potentially … more
To the editor: Clay Commons is perplexed by the Supreme Court’s interpretation or lack thereof for the Second Amendment clause regarding “A well-regulated Militia …” … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse is a longstanding critic of efforts to move the U.S. Supreme Court to the right, so he’s remained in the spotlight as SCOTUS faces a wave of … more
To the editor: For the last year, the Portsmouth Dog Park Committee has had the pleasure of working with students from Salve Regina University and the University of Rhode Island. We turned to … more
While Rhode Island communities experienced extreme drought, torrential rain, and flash floods last year, the oil and gas companies pouring fuel on our climate crisis were raking in record profits. … more
Beauty. The beauty of the earth.   The beauty of the mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes—and, of course, the ocean.   The Ocean State, our little Rhode Island, embraced by the … more
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