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There were few places Gary Sherman would rather be than on or close to the water. A new memorial unveiled at the point Monday will keep the late shellfish constable and wharfinger's memory alive at … more
An unexpected sight has replaced the crowded bulletin board that hangs over the porch of Simmons Market and Cafe –– a 'For Sale' sign. The listing of the cafe and market, previously … more
Westport has already agreed to pay its share of the costs of Diman in an overwhelming approval at Town Meeting last year. Some are advising us to vote 'No' on the Diman debt exclusion question so … more
Westport's conservation commission agent agrees that it doesn't look ideal, but told the conservation commission yesterday that the large concrete base that will soon hold a 150-foot cellular telephone tower … more
Westport could be forced to scale back town services and cut the already-tight annual operating budget for the foreseeable future, if a vote on funding for the Diman regional vocational school … more
At the Town election on April 11 there will be an important ballot question relating to the Diman Vocational Regional School new building project. The ballot question will decide if the payment of … more
The Barrington Land Conservation Trust kicks off its 2023 Land Trust Learning Series on Monday, April 3, at 6:30 p.m. with a presentation on saltmarsh degradation by Mark Bertness at the Barrington … more
Rhode Island lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams designated as trout-stocked waters are currently closed for fishing. However, the season opens Saturday, April 8, and runs through Feb. 29, … more
April is Citizen Science Month! You can join a growing community of “citizen scientists” who help to expand our body of scientific knowledge by crowdsourcing data collection. … more
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