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Full Blown War

From “The Asheville Experiment” I’d put up this neurosurgeon’s arrogance for weeks, and I was simply having no more of it. Friends told me “Oh, just let him go…They’re all like that” (neurosurgeons, that is). In other words, it was … Continue reading

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Native Daughter Colleen Kelly Mellor Speaks to Kent County Audiences

Many of the folks in my audiences remember my father, John J. Kelly. They just don’t remember him as I do, for they only had him as high school principal.   I tell them I had no dates in high … Continue reading

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Preface to “The Asheville Experiment”

Many of you will do what we did…search high and wide, for that retirement home. You’ll be driven by a concern your home state fails to deliver; taxes too high; results too low; weather’s tough; it’s better elsewhere. This book … Continue reading

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Best in America–Again!

Asheville Makes the Cut Again! It’s not surprising, for Paul and I chose it over a host of others and we spent years in the process, searching…searching…searching. In fact, we traveled the entire eastern seaboard, checking out communities, most of … Continue reading

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“Not So Fast”–If You Consider Leaving Rhode Island

Thinking of leaving Rhode Island, to live elsewhere? Tired of poorly-maintained roads, government mismanagement, and high taxes, when you know other states entice newcomers with no state income tax and a significantly-lower (or no) sales tax. Why do you think … Continue reading

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