Little Compton won't fly Pride flag

In a split vote, the Little Compton Town Council last Thursday declined a local organization’s request to display the Pride flag at the town hall building during a community Pride celebration …
Little Compton letter writer publishes book from the 'Back 40'
Little Compton resident Sidney Tynan, whose letters on nature and life have graced the pages of the Westport Shorelines for years, has … Read More
Gallery: 2022 East Division golf playoff match
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High School was the far-and-away winner of the East Division golf playoff match held over its home layout of … Read More
Tiverton police: Investigators probe alleged rape
Monday, May 9 A caller reported a disorderly person at the Tiverton Casino Hotel at 1:16 a.m. A caller asked that police keep … Read More
Little Compton's 'Meehan Triangle' to be a model for nature-based land stewardship
The tiny sliver of land tucked between Old Main and West Main roads, near Taylor's Lane, is easy to miss — it's just two and a … Read More
Guide dog training – learning as they go
1 Perky Nellissen and 8-month-old Ziti pose together at their Little Compton home. Nellissen and Ziti are both going through guide … Read More
Two face multiple gun and drug charges following Tiverton car stop
Two Massachusetts residents are being held without bail after officers found a large quantity of suspected fentanyl and crack cocaine, … Read More
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Sports
DEM restocks freshwater areas around the state with more trout PROVIDENCE – East Bay area ponds are among those the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announced are receiving a second round of spring stocking through May 2. Over 40 plus, …
Tiverton edges Portsmouth in softball, 7-6 (photos) PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Patriots’ softball team dropped a close one to Tiverton on Thursday at home, 7-6. Mary Rainey, a PHS freshman, earned the player-of-the-game …
Opinion
Letters: Internal combustion engines aren’t the problem

To the editor: If Mr. Voutes (“Blown away by gas-powered lawn equipment” letter, May 19) seeks solitude and improved health by the elimination of internal combustion engines (ICE) he's …

Op-ed: How will children grade us?

End nuclear weapons, or they may end us

Dear Republicans, I'll try to use better rhetoric

Thank you for addressing shoreline access issues

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