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To the editor: It is time now for our legislators in Washington, DC to focus on the distribution of the Coronavirus caccine to every U.S. citizen, quickly and decisively!  The new Biden … more
Tuesday, Jan. 12 Police conducted a well-being check at a West Main Road residence at 5:36 am. Wednesday, Jan. 13 At 6:49 am, police went to the intersection of Fairfields Drive and West … more
To the editor: Why are the COVID Contaminations per day being reported as COVID percent positives, which reveals only a measure of availability of testing and does not reveal the rate of disease … more
Monday, Jan. 4 Police checked the area of Warren Avenue at 9:02 am after receiving a call about trucks using the road illegally as a cut-through. An officer responded to a report of a newspaper … more
What took place at our nation’s capital last week was an attack on our country and Constitution from within. It was another 9/11 moment perpetrated not by foreign terrorist but from American … more
If written a week ago, this editorial would describe the shame and embarrassment of watching one of the sad days in American history unfold on live television. It would excoriate all those … more
Alpaca was Tiverton sanctuary’s foremost ambassador, resident character   By Bruce Burdett West Place Animal Sanctuary bid farewell to Bobbert the alpaca late in the evening of … more
WESTPORT — Debate over a controversial new guardrail on Drift Road will continue at the next Board of Selectmen meeting in an effort to find a solution that satisfies safety rules, the … more
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