Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I want to thank the amazing businesses and people for supporting the Portsmouth Police Holiday Drive. The goal of my 24-hour walk was to simply raise awareness and hopefully some gifts and donations; there were … more
To the editor: Let me tell you a story. The military found that many men did not fire their rifles. The widely used weapon was the M1. This rifle used a 30-06 bullet that had quite a kick to the shoulder when fired. It also had a steel butt … more
To the editor: I write in support of Jim Seveney for the Senate District 11 seat, which we will decide on Jan. 5. I have known Jim for several years, first meeting him when he served on the Portsmouth School Committee. Throughout … more
To the editor: Recent letters to the editor by Selectman Vieira and Spirlet over Article 11 (aka Beach Avenue) are good reason for never electing these two individuals to public office again.  It is apparent to any sane person that these two … more
To the editor: I was shocked to read that Tiverton is considering yet another mega shopping center development. But the most shocking aspect of the story was that the town charged Legacy a mere $2,500 for a 90-day stand-still agreement with … more
To the editor: Maybe something arrived in the local air, with the summer months. Or maybe we were all exhausted by the constant roll of local issues about which we had to care, from major development proposals to all-day kindergarten. … more
To the editor: In this, our holiday season, we have much reason to be thankful. In that spirit, a recent gathering of Little Compton community members thought it was a great time to ask, "What do you love about Little Compton?" At … more
To the editor: I am writing to thank every person who voted for me in the special election primary. I am also writing to thank all of the people who were supportive of my candidacy in various ways. I appreciated all very much! I … more
To the editor: The Bay Spring Community Center (BSCC) is a volunteer-run arts and cultural center that is a gem for Barrington and the East Bay. Family-friendly events and programs are organized by the non-profit Friends of the Bay Spring Community … more
To the editor: I would like to directly address the concerns raised in Dr. Cuebas' letter to the editor regarding the “refutability” of the science on sleep. While I deeply respect everyone’s right to have their own opinion and … more
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