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Tony gently laid down the burdens of his fight against glioblastoma multiforme on Friday morning, September 20, 2019, with his wife Sharon … more
Westport-based Lafrance hospitality has taken over ownership and management of the Hilton Garden Inn in Fort Myers, Florida. The Hilton Garden Inn Fort Myers becomes the 15th hotel currently under … more
WESTPORT — Shellstock 2019, Westport’s celebration of “local beer, local food and local oysters,” as Director of Marine Services Chris Leonard puts it, will take place at Buzzards Bay … more
Mary Loftus Kennedy died September 17, 2019, in Providence, RI. Born December 2, 1916, in Scranton, Penn., a city she loved, Mary was the daughter of Edward Jerome and Mary Gavin Loftus. A loyal … more
To the editor: At the recent public hearing for the proposed Keeping of Animal Regulation and Registry, Westport farmers indignantly charged the Board of Health with intent to trample on their … more
WESTPORT — Workers are putting the finishing touches on the new Westport River Watershed Alliance River Center. The Alliance will move in during the week of September 23. “It has been a long … more
WESTPORT — When he read the Board of Health’s (BOH) proposed Keeping of Animals regulation, poultry farmer William Long said his first thought was, “Why am I being punished for (what happened … more
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To the editor: I attended the September 10 Westport Board of Health public hearing concerning the keeping of farm animals. I did so because I am concerned as a Westport resident both about … more
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