Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: An essential part of the high school experience is participating in after school activities, sports and social functions. These experiences create fond memories that last long after graduation. Recently, the administration at Mt. … more
To the editor: Monday night the Planning Board passed a new significantly revised plan for the Water Rower project.  The plan is said to have Adams Lane residents driving through a commercial parking lot to access our homes.  There was no … more
To the editor: Stan Peckham (letter of October 15) could easily have checked the accurate sea level measurements made by NOAA at Newport, RI. From his youth in the 1930’s until today, the average sea level at Newport has risen at a rate of … more
To the editor: The R.I.D.E.M. has again created the hunting season in Barrington that will transform our environment for the next four months to accommodate the sport or game of hunting. This is not an activity based in hunger or need. … more
This Oct. 5 letter was addressed to Town Administrator Richard Rainer and members of the Portsmouth Town Council. The council is expected to discuss the letter at its next regular meeting starting at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 9. To the editor: … more
To the editor: The Portsmouth Free Public Library recently held its 16th annual fund-raiser, “The Taste of Portsmouth.” Over 150 people attended the event which showcased local restaurants, breweries, wineries and liquor stores … more
To the editor: I believe I must take issue with Christine Barboza (Tiverton) regarding her recent letter to the editor (Oct. 15 — Motorcycles need a bit of ‘vroom’ for safety’s sake). If safety was a priority, why do so many of the … more
To the editor: I was pleased to read the recent cover article on children riding their bicycles to school. The numbers are impressive and it gives me hope. That being said, there is so much more to be done, as you pointed out, when it comes to … more
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