Letters to the Editor
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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
To the editor: Everyone loves the farms that help frame the landscape of Little Compton. we love to see the cattle and goats grazing in open fields. We love watching farmers grow their crops, milk … more
To the editor: This past sunny Saturday afternoon, the new administration building at Brewer Sakonnet Marina was dedicated in memory to its longtime general manager, Jay Burns. Sadly, Jay passed … more
To the editor: For years Linda Finn and Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence, the extremist gun-control lobby she helped found, have conducted a dishonest campaign to eliminate the Second … more
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To the editor: On behalf of the Union Public Library Association, I would like to thank the greater Tiverton community for their support of our annual book sale, yard sale and bake sale fundraiser … more
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