Letters to the Editor
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On Friday morning, I fell in front of the post office. Immediately, two young women came to my assistance, called rescue, and stayed with me until help came. They were truly good Samaritans. Since … more
Richard V. Simpson died on July 4, 2017 as he prepared to participate in Bristol’s famous Fourth of July Parade. The timing of his death at age 81 was an amazing coincidence, because he wrote … more
To the editor: As we collectively hold our breaths, waiting for the RI House and Senate to resolve the 2018 Budget, there remains the possibility that last year’s budget will remain intact. … more
To the editor: And so, now the citizens of this town want to reduce retirees to second class citizens, who have paid their fair share to support this town for far more years then some of you ever … more
Let it never be said that Gerald Mederos was afraid to go to battle. Even when the odds were stacked against him, he always found a way to survive. He had great trust in God. Despite numerous … more
To the editor: In addition to reviewing our current fee structures which makes sense to me, I hope the new Economic Development (EDC) subcommittee being formed also looks at the current … more
To the editor: Frustrated. That is how we are feeling. It has been a year since we banded together as a group as the result of the Medeiros tenant farm tragedy. An entire year spent fighting for … more
To the editor: It’s been a year since the Westport Police found 1,400 animals dead or in desperate condition amidst acres of rat-infested sheds and slaughter shacks, heaps of old tires and … more
To the editor: Who is responsible for environmental enforcement? Historically the federal government led the charge. Times have changed.  Who among us believes that federal agencies will … more
To the editor: The Portsmouth Historical Society, in conjunction with the Town Planning office, will hold an initial organizing meeting on Monday, July 24, at 6 p.m. in the Portsmouth Free Public … more
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