Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Several people have asked me how I will vote in November. As an independent I often get this question. So here is my answer: “Ask not how you can be served. Rather, ask how you … more
To the editor: As a Tiverton resident, I was glad to see budget #2 pass. The FTR has enabled the residents to gain some semblance of control over our budget. We pay far too much … more
I’d like to say that I have a friend who lives on Sousa Street, and THE HARASSMENT IS TERRIBLE from a neighbor constantly swearing all over the street and cocking his vehicle in front of the … more
Editor’s note: This April 27 letter is addressed to Terri Cortvriend, chairwoman of the Portsmouth School Committee. It will be discussed at the committee’s meeting scheduled for 6:30 … more
To the editor: Graduation is a time of culminations and exciting beginnings. The 50th Portsmouth High School Commencement was an event that brought students, teachers, families, friends and … more
To the editor: Three members of the Barrington Town Council appear to have driven the final nail in the coffin ending large lot open space on Nockum Hill, and perhaps throughout Barrington. … more
To the editor:The Riverside Renaissance Movement is a grassroots collaboration of residents, businesses, organizations, and public officials promoting and enhancing Riverside as a vibrant waterfront … more
To the editor:  In recent years, it has become common to walk out my front door near Newport’s waterfront in the historic Point neighborhood during a storm and see several inches of water … more
To the editor: It doesn’t seem possible as I rejoice in my beautiful green world that a little over a month ago the shorn fields were still winter bleak and the perennial beds dull and … more
To the editor: People like me who wait all year to spend hot, sunny summer days at the beach, are called "Beach Lovers" and a love affair it truly is.  All … more
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