Some worry they're never ever getting back on shoreline behind Taylor Swift's home
Westerly - Beachgoers examined large rocks placed along the shore of East Beach in Watch Hill, R.I., behind a home owned by Taylor Swift Tuesday afternoon. The construction makes it difficult to walk the shoreline behind Swift's home.
Brendan Heath, a surfer who says he has been coming to the beach for years, drove from his home in Deep River to photograph the construction in an area where he's accustomed to surfing.
Stories that may interest you
Pawcatuck Middle School Trimester 2 Honor Roll
Milo and Carson are best buddies.
Stop & Shop and the United Food & Commercial Workers union announced Sunday night that the two sides had reached a tentative agreement after an 11-day strike.
A General Assembly committee has modified a proposed bill so alleged victims of Catholic clergy abuse will not have a 27-month window to sue the church, regardless of their age.