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Dear community members,  Be Great For Nate was created four years ago to support youth in our community by raising suicide awareness. It has been our honor to serve in this organization in memory … 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 … more
Here we go again! Armed with a four-page term sheet, Gov. Dan McKee, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza, and the Principal of High Rock Westminster Street LLC announced an “agreement” that … more
The highest-and-best use of the town-owned, former Carmelite Monastery property on Watson Avenue would be luxury townhouses for ages 55-plus. That may be considered an elitist stance in a community … more
To the editor: I attended in person (and spoke at) the April 5 Planning Board meeting to get a general sense of the current status of the plans for the Carmelite Monastery and the Shine Harmony … more
To the editor: My wife and I regularly walk our dog on leash in our neighborhood, and we are always careful to pick up any poop our dog might leave on lawns and take it home to dispose of … more
To the editor:Scott Pickering's extensive article in East Bay Life on the extremely complex issue of rights to our shoreline, a cause championed in the 1986 Constitutional Convention by Bristol's … more
To the editor:We would like to express our disappointment in the vote taken by the planning board this week resulting in additional units added to the Robin Rug development. At their last meeting, … more
Palliative care is described simply as “specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness,” but most people do not know what it is, whether to ask for it or what to think … more
To the editor:Several days ago I entered my local gym only to see a twenty-something guy hoofing it on a treadmill, earbuds in, wearing a “F*** BIDEN” t-shirt. Writing this, I … more
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