Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: For whatever reason, the Little Compton Taxpayers Association (LCTA) neglected to add to its letter (Aug. 20 —“Taxpayers Assn. blasts plagiarism accusation”) the names of the letter’s actual author or authors. So I … more
To the editor: The money grabbers upstate have the new/old idea of putting tolls on our highways and byways. As usual they have to first create a villain so the public will support the new money grab. The governor has hired an … more
To the editor: This letter is in response to the August 18, 2015 Little Compton School Committee meeting, where the matter of alleged plagiarism by Wilbur School Principal Joao Arruda was considered. During the meeting, which I attended, … more
To the editor: I have become central to the plagiarism allegations against Principal Arruda, both for my submission on June 29 of a Request for Agenda Item to the School Committee, and for preparing a publicly available video with … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Tiverton Atheltics Boosters Club, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to everyone who made our first annual golf tournament a success. The fundraising event took place on August 17 at the Fall River … more
To the editor: This week, I reach a personal goal — one 17 years in the making. On Saturday, I’ll be donating a pint of blood that will bring my total to 75 gallons. Of all the achievements in my life, I take special pride in … more
To the editor: It has come to this citizen’s attention that, according to the procedures of the present Little Compton School Committee, there is no opportunity for a citizen of Little Compton to go to a School Committee meeting and speak … more
To the editor: A narrative is being woven wherein disabled people throughout Westport have been denied, for decades, the simple pleasure of a visit to the beach by heartless opponents of handicapped access. In a recent Westport Shorelines, … more
To the editor: Hello from offshore, nearing the Azores Archipelago, It seems a whole existence ago that the fury to get Inspired Insanity and I ready to sail the world was feverishly going on. During that time, each of you played a … more
George Francis Chaves, 85, of Little Compton, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015, at Hathaway Manor Extended Care Facility in New Bedford. Born in Little Compton, a son of the late Antone and Mary (Monteiro) Chaves, he was a lifelong resident of … more
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