Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Warren is the latest small town to go through “growing pains.” The Samsonite building is turning into condos and retail spaces, although I don’t know many people … more
To the editor: In March 2017. when the Tiverton Town Council was faced with two prior candidates seeking appointment to the Budget Committee, Alex Cote and John Perkins, it used the rationale of … more
I found Stan Peckham’s recent letter (“Gun violence: Face it, at present there is no solution”) rationalizing our society’s and government’s laissez-faire attitude to … more
On behalf of the trustees of the Rogers Free Library, I want to thank the members of the community who participated in our recent strategic planning process. A total of 102 people took part in focus … more
To the editor It’s an exciting time at the Tiverton Public Library!  From eclipse events to craft fairs, the library schedule is filled with programs for children, teens and adults.  Now in … more
To the editor: In its unbylined October 26 story, “Vineyard fires back at neighbors,” the Sakonnet Times reports the most recent stratagem by Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard (CSV) to steamroll … more
To the editor: I had intended my original letter to be my first and last word on the subject of the proposed demolition of the senior tax exemption. But in the meantime, the town has attempted to … more
To the editor: The Newport Navy Choristers, under the direction of Lori McDowell, will be presenting their annual Christmas concert, “Christmas in Song,” on Friday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 … more
To the editor: The Tiverton Historical Society would like to thank all those who supported our Speakeasy fundraiser held at the Tiverton Rod & Gun Club. We would also like to thank the Gun Club … more
To the editor: So you have taken down your hummingbird feeders, and washed them thoroughly and stored them so that you can find them next April 15? Good for you. And speaking of hummers, this you … more
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