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New Westport school: Builder provides bird's-eye view of progress
WESTPORT — It’s difficult to gauge progress on the vast grade 5-12 school project from street level, so recently the contractor … Read More
Sakonnet Point Club buys former Cove Market
LITTLE COMPTON — The Sakonnet Point Club has purchased the lot and house next door, buying itself both an extension of its Sakonnet … Read More
Tiverton Police report: Gun threats, dirt bike disturbances
Saturday, Jan. 11 At 12:27 a.m., a patrolman encountered a person walking south on Stafford Road. The officer gave the man a 2.5 … Read More
Wildcats win sixth straight as they run over West Bridgewater, 73-61
Westport beat West Bridgewater 73-61 iun a jam-packed home game Friday night. The Wildcats have won six in a row and sport an overall … Read More
Cahill: Flawed system pits cost vs animal cruelty
During his Westport visit last week, Michael Cahill, director of the animal health program at the Mass. Department of Agricultural … Read More
State authority to Westport: Inspections the rule everywhere farm animals kept
WESTPORT — The state requires inspection of every property in Westport where traditional farm animals are kept, … Read More
Obituaries
John F. Kneeland, 90, Adamsville John F. Kneeland, 90, of Adamsville, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at Catholic Memorial Home surrounded by his loving family.. He was the husband of Lorraine (Wales) …
Roger J. Ouellette, 79, Tiverton, Westport Roger J. Ouellette, 79, passed away peacefully on January 15, 2020, in Fall River. He was born in Tiverton, son of the late Albert and Emma Ouellette.  He resided in Tiverton, Westport, and …
Daniel Teixeira, 87, Westport Daniel Teixeira, 87, of Westport, passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.  He was the husband of Doris J. (French) Mathews. Born in New …

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