Letters to the Editor
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This letter was written in response to the recent death of Judi Staven, a former member of the Portsmouth Town Council. To the editor: Judi was more than a friend. She was a confidante, a … more
To the editor: As most Portsmouth residents already know, our Town Council voted to keep the transfer operations as they are and will be establishing a pay-as-you-throw system.  Sticker … more
To the editor: FirstWorks would like to pay tribute to John Carter (Providence and Little Compton), who was a wonderful supporter of the arts in Rhode Island. John, along with his wife Letitia, … more
To the editor: Those of us who care about the treatment of animals are always immensely grateful for the smallest of favors. This past week we received two pieces of good news that give us … more
To the editor, I've been reading newspaper articles, attending Casino Subcommittee meetings and reading various minutes regarding the debate of what to do with the casino “gaming revenue". … more
To the editor: Dear President Mushen and members of the Town Council: We are writing to you to request your support as an “Intervenor” in a matter involving Little Compton residents and … more
To the editor: A golden opportunity has presented itself in the form of a significant 15.6-acre property for sale on Bramans Lane in Portsmouth.  Little Creek Preserve was once part of a … more
To the editor: Barrington resident James M. Meehan wrote the following poem in honor of Veterans Day and has dedicated it to his father, James A. Meehan, Chief Petty Officer, U.S. Navy. Reading … more
While Bristol does have a long-term replacement street sign program underway, with the new, very popular, large lettered, red, white and blue colored street signs, it will be years before all the … more
To the editor: I would like to commend Dr./Mr. Douglas for, at long last, getting a formal ruling from the State Ethics Commission.  There was really no way around this. The ethics … more
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