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Dear community members,  Be Great For Nate was created four years ago to support youth in our community by raising suicide awareness. It has been our honor to serve in this organization in memory … more
To the editor:Scott Pickering's extensive article in East Bay Life on the extremely complex issue of rights to our shoreline, a cause championed in the 1986 Constitutional Convention by Bristol's … more
To the editor:Several days ago I entered my local gym only to see a twenty-something guy hoofing it on a treadmill, earbuds in, wearing a “F*** BIDEN” t-shirt. Writing this, I … more
To the editor: This winter for the first time I had Goldfinches at the Niger feeder. Although both male and female were a drab, nondescript pale brown, they were easy to distinguish from English … more
To the editor: Coastline access goes to the heart of what makes Little Compton remarkable. As your readers likely know, our Rhode Island State Constitution enshrines our right to enjoy the … more
To the editor: A hearty congratulations to Marjorie Leary, the Wilbur McMahon School (WM) for her statewide fiction contest award! What a deserving honor! I know Marjorie from substitute … more
To the editor: Refugee: A person who has been forced to leave their country to escape war or persecution. Nobody, absolutely nobody should ever have the fate of being a refugee. Forced to flee … more
To the editor: Some tensions are part of our lives. But have you ever had a tension headache? Bad ones are really bad and you think you just might collapse. Well, I think America may be … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The familiar ritual of hearings on gun-related bills played out at the Statehouse last week, with lengthy meetings extending into the night and impassioned testimony on both sides … more
To the editor: ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.’  This phrase, controversial to some, is embedded in our culture and had to do with spurious or unrequited love. … more
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