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Adele Carlson had been trying to think of some way to give back to the community. She grew up in town and attended the local schools, and both her daughters did the same. Now her three … more
PORTSMOUTH — The sun is shining brightly Monday afternoon, as dozens of student athletes from Portsmouth High School start making their way over to practice after school.  more
I spoke recently with one of our state representatives who has been personally attacked by Concerned Citizen-wannabees. One would think that falsehoods and slander is OK in the trashy newspapers … more
My turn to say thanks to Peter Hewett for alerting Bristol voters to know the candidate’s positions for the upcoming elections. I could not agree more with Mr. Hewett, though our directional … more
Locally, is this 2020 election uniquely significant or distinctive in any way? And if so, how should Bristol voters decide who gets their vote? All eight candidates for Bristol Town Council faced … more
Monday, Sept. 14 A Canonicus Street caller complained of large commercial trucks flying up the street at 12:01 pm. At 1:23 pm, a Kearns Avenue caller reported vandalism to license … more
WESTPORT — A developer’s request to stretch town guidelines for a new solar project received a cool reception from the Planning Board at the board’s September 8 meeting. After … more
To the editor: In Peter Fossel’s letter (Sakonnet Times, 17 Sept., 2020) I hear echoes emanating from the surrounding hills and valleys of Con Thien (“Hill of Angles”) Khe Sanh … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Two East Providence High School students tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days, the first pupils in the district to do so, Superintendent Kathryn Crowley announced … more
I would like to take a moment to first alert the elderly to the financial scams for which they may be targeted. Recently, my grandmother was contacted by people impersonating a police department … more
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