Letters to the Editor
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I wish to set the record straight about a statement made by Mr. Zlartarski in last week’s Letter to the Editor relative to the proposed Dunkin’ Donuts.      The peer … more
To the editor: On Tuesday, Sept. 13, the voters of Middletown and Portsmouth have the opportunity to vote for longtime Aquidneck Island resident Linda Finn. By voting for Linda you are sending a … more
To the editor: Designated by Congress as the National Arts in Education Week, Sept. 11-17 is a time for educators and supporters to join together to promote the power of arts in … more
To the editor: In 2015, 475 active-duty military service members, National Guard members and reservists lost their battle with traumatic brain injury, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder … more
To the editor, On behalf of the Board of the Bristol Historical and Preservation Society, I am writing to express my heartfelt thanks to the 24 Roger Williams University students who helped us … more
Bristolians already suffer from heavy traffic on both the town’s main arteries — Hope Street and Metacom Avenue. Despite this, a drive-thru Dunkin’ Donuts is now being proposed, … more
To the editor: I’m looking at the man in the mirror…and on Sept. 13 I’ll be voting for Jason Knight for the RI General Assembly (House District 67).   The arguments in … more
To the editor: To say my stomach churned when I read a GoLocalProv article on Jason Knight's sex offender clients would be an understatement. I was even further disgusted when I went to his … more
To the editor: Kudos and support to the two Westport Police Officers who attempted to stop a speeding motorcyclist on Route 6 at 2 a.m. last week.  I understand from what I have read in the … more
To the editor: During the third weekend this August, when many Republicans could not stop flaying President Obama and certain other leading Democrats for not being at the millennially inundated … more
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