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In the spirit of the new year, may all enjoy peace, heath, love and prosperity … A few of the following would be nice too: We wish that: p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: … more
A group of dedicated volunteers, with assistance from generous donors, local officials and the town’s Department of Public Works, has presented residents with a magnificent gift: a beautiful … more
The fact that Bristol’s roads are often congested — especially in the afternoon and during the summer tourism season — is no secret to anyone who’s ever driven in … more
The race really couldn’t have been much closer. After the initial vote count, a single-machine recount, absentee ballot count and, finally, a provisional ballot count, nearly 10,000 Bristol … more
On Nov. 8, Rhode Islanders have the opportunity to expand open land and recreation space in the state, clean up blighted areas, and invest in the health of Narragansett Bay, all while helping support … more
“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” - Mahatma Gandhi People from Westport and around the nation are appalled by the treatment of animals within a … more
Six paragraphs on page 12 of the Oct. 19 Barrington Times launched a national outcry and the ugliest treatment of a private citizen in memory. Murderers, rapists and serial abusers have fared better … more
Never again, all vowed after animal treatment horrors were found hidden away in the same patch of Westport woods for a second time in six years. Some of the key players aren’t impressed. … more
When it comes to overseeing the ethics of its General Assembly, Rhode Island is unique — and not in a good way. Unlike Massachusetts, unlike every other state, Rhode Island now has no mechanism … more
The earth is warming, the seas are rising and if communities are to cope with what’s to come, they need to sit down and seriously talk things through. Climate change deniers need to take … more
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