Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Three boys’ bikes have been stolen right from their yards in Portsmouth’s Common Fence Point. Who the heck would steal three — not one, but three? more
To the editor:It is a shame on your reporting etiquette as you have that knack of taking the heart of the story and turning it around. This is in reference to the article in July … more
To the Editor: It is unfortunate that “Stop the Insanity” Westport was unhappy with my July 13th letter. Apparently, they failed to understand the lead point and the larger issue. To dismiss the small things that they focused on: first, had they read and understood thoroughly, they’d have been clear that I never alleged that town funding went to this exercise. I only said it was not worth officials’ time.  more
To the editor:The article in this week’s paper about the gas leak (“No Boom, Some Bust”) contains a possibly erroneous statement that “contractors...struck an area around the … more
To the editor: The day before our Charter Review Commission (CRC) election, Deborah Scanlon Janick published on her Facebook page a string of private emails sent among some members of the town’s … more
To the editor: I’d like to thank Justin Katz for admitting that he and a number of his Tiverton Taxpayer Association cohorts actively conspired to manipulate the Tiverton Budget Committee … more
To the editor: Due to some wonderful new technology, I now have hearing aids which let me hear bird songs I have never heard before. So early in the morning I come downstairs and sit in my little … more
To the editor: Despite the political machinations at the Rhode Island State House that have left the budget and other important legislation unresolved, the General Assembly did pass some … more
To the editor: My oh my, Thomas Collins must be patting himself on the back for the multiple clever little digs he surely believes he included in his letter to the editor. Well, Mr. Collins, as … more
In the spring of this year, my father and I had the privilege of visiting Washington, DC, to view the monuments and all thew city has to offer. This was only possible through the generosity of many … more
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