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Fifteen years ago I bought land off East Road and built a home. I could have settled in another town but chose Tiverton because it was beautifully rural, while balanced by some commercial … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: If Aaron Regunberg and Gabe Amo finish first and second, respectively, in the CD1 Democratic primary election on Tuesday, it will be not be a surprise. The former state rep and the … more
To the editor: The last acceptable citadel of fashionable public prejudice seems to have been confirmed in the Portsmouth Times’ editorial cartoon drawn by Charlie Hall this past week. The … more
While we have no quarrel with the choice of the editors, we do have objections to the process they used to come to that choice. more
Large signs with obscene language continue to be displayed on East Main Road in Portsmouth.   Apparently some citizen with a gripe wants us all to know. His captive audience are commuters on a … more
To the editor: September has been designated Hunger Action Month by Feeding America, the largest charity working to end hunger in the United States. That makes it the perfect time to consider … more
Does Tiverton need a very experienced land use lawyer now? You bet we do! There are several developments on the horizon which will add 600 new residential units to the area just north of Route 24 on … more
Much has been made lately of the deplorable conditions in regards to litter at Tiverton’s two main beaches: Grinnell’s and Fogland. This sad fact has been obvious to me after 17 years of … more
Former U.S. Rep. David Cicilline put Rhode Island in a precarious position when he left office months after winning re-election to take another, more lucrative job. The result is an important federal … more
The slight rumble which you may have heard on Wednesday evening during the Republican Presidential debate was former governor and U.S. Senator John Chafee, former Secretary of State Susan Farmer, … more
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