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High costs prompt WRWA to cut headquarter’s size With construction bid prices coming in higher than expected, the Westport River Watershed Alliance (WRWA) has decided to scale back on its … more
To the editor: Jarod Mayo and his family prayed for the safe return of their beloved English bulldog, Knox, for over two months.  When the body of his dog was found in the closet of a Cranston, … more
To the editor, The Westport Planning Board had scheduled a public meeting for July 24 to consider various matters including solar farms. Because there was not a quorum of board members present … more
Treaties promised beach access but beaches blocked by parking rules Westport waterways and beaches were long a special place of healing for people of the Pokanoket tribe and some members want o be … more
George A. “Skip” Stike, 62, of Westport, passed away August 6, 2018, at Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River. A resident of Westport since 1974, Skip, the only son of the late Oakley and … more
TIVERTON — The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that test results from two mosquito pools, or samples, from traps set in Tiverton and Pawtucket on July 30 have … more
Alexander F. "Sandy" Taber, Jr., of Tiverton, passed away Wednesday, August 8, 2018, with his best friend Kathy Duff by his side.  He was the husband of the late Shirley F. (Lawrence) … more
These Legal Notices were published in the Westport Shorlines on Aug. 9, 2018. more
TIVERTON — One heavily used Ford F350 plow truck, a pair of lightly used commercial grade convection ovens, a couple of wood shop table saws, a thickness planer and much more will be up for sale … more
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