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Since June, Little Compton Historical Society workers have uncovered more than 1,000 artifacts from a 180-square foot construction trench at the Wilbor House, the society's headquarters on … more
Judges come in three “flavors,” coerced, independent, or toddy. In places like The Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia, judges seem fully coerced. Their processes are opaque; the … more
Ralph Mace of Portsmouth asks the question of me and Phil Bartlett, “How much would you consider wind power a viable choice if the cabling were to pass through Westport not Portsmouth?” I … more
Armed with a picker and bucket, Anthony “Tony” Silvia Jr., 66, has spent a majority of his life patrolling the beaches at the end of Town Way to keep the shoreline spotless. A lifelong … more
There’s an unfortunate trend continuing in Rhode Island and across the nation that must be stopped: the bad behavior of coaches, parents and fans at high school athletic … more
Inflation, combined with a decreased focus on the pandemic and the food insecurity it caused, has led to increased need for the communities served by the East Bay Food Pantry. more
PORTSMOUTH — The Patriots’ varsity girls’ volleyball team lost a non-conference match against East Providence on the road Friday night, 3-2. The Patriots are now in fourth … more
Monday, Sept. 12 A 911 caller from Main Road reported an unwanted party at 4:48 p.m. A caller on Route 24 North reported a motor vehicle accident at 5:19 p.m. At least one person was injured … more
Karen Ziarello, one of three Little Compton residents charged in an incident over leashed dogs, was charged on two separate occasions with the same offense — keeping animals at large (off … more
Please, may we have from the companies involved in laying the prospective Mayflower project power cable from the windmills to the storage power station, diagrams of the process: the barge that holds … more
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