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To the editor: I was a poll worker in Little Compton, thanks to Carol Wordell and Scott Morrison. I was able to be part of our greater democracy. I never felt more proud to be an American and to … more
It’s always a good idea to shop locally, and it might mean more this year than ever before. The pandemic has disrupted everything — every person, every organization, every business. By … more
To the editor: I have just finished reading Cornelia Colijn's letter published in the November 19 edition. This woman obviously has no concept of private property and is using the buzzwords of … more
To the editor: A few months ago my family took an opportunity provided by a friend to leave our urban life and spend 9 months in Little Compton, Rhode Island. As the media has described in vivid … more
To the editor:     I recently read with great concern the article related to Tiverton’s projected population growth due to the expansion of the rail line and other pending … more
To the editor: Which office do I go to get my reputation back? That was the famous quote of President Reagan’s secretary of labor, Ray Donovan, when charges against him were dismissed. I … more
To the editor: I am very disappointed in the vote to remove our 387-year-old name from the State's nomenclature. I realize that those who voted to remove it probably did not know the origin behind … more
To the editor: I am writing because a water main was broken on Old Colony here in North Tiverton late yesterday afternoon during construction of the sewers. As a result, those of us who live in … more
To the editor: Dear Tiverton neighbors and visitors, Can you please join me in asking drivers to obey speed limits and kindly share the road?  Each day when I walk on my road I encounter a … more
To the editor: Dear veterans, It has been a time honored tradition for the Wilbur McMahon students and staff to recognize our local veterans with a schoolwide assembly each year. Like with many … more
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