Letters to the Editor
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A recent issue with the campaign in Tiverton:  As I lifelong member of the GOP, I have recently been receiving mailers from what I had believed to be the Tiverton Republican Town Committee, … more
To the editor: Mr. Guimond could not be more misinformed (Letter to the editor Oct 25) regarding the Tiverton Republican Town Committee (TRTC). If any “hijacking” took place, it was the TRTC … more
To the editor: Because of time and space, an obituary can only tell so much about a person's life. I was in Brooklyn visiting my daughter when Steve Turgeon texted me the sad news of John … more
POTUS doesn’t seem to know what to do with the international outcry over the brutal death of Jamal Khashoggi, an American resident and contributor to the “Washington Post.” Recently … more
To the editor: On Nov. 6, Rhode Island voters will have the opportunity to vote for a ballot measure that will improve our quality of life and strengthen our economy.  Question 3, The … more
Why do I have to look for “Pink Bags coming soon?” I didn’t request them.  Also, how is it a way of being greener?  Why not support the East Bay Food Pantry Thrift … more
Barry Brown’s letter in the Oct. 18 Phoenix asserts that early education correlates with successful outcomes. One would hope that this would be the case, but contrary to Mr. Brown’s … more
Kudos to Donna DeLeo Bruno and her “Witness to the demise of civility in America" letter to the editor. I wholeheartedly support her sentiments that in recent years America has seen a … more
I am writing in response to last week’s letter, authored by Scott M. Proto, who took umbrage with the Phoenix’s front-page article, headlined “Gablinske vs. Donovan, moderate vs. … more
I work full time and my wife works a full-time job plus a part-time job. We have two teenage daughters who each have their own after school activities, and we also have a dog named Daisy. We live a … more
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