Letters to the Editor
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To Whom It May Concern, In my opinion I think that adopting a puppy is better than buying one because it does not cost as much,the dogs and puppies need homes and there are so many age … more
To Whom It May Concern,Serena Williams, Sonya Renee, Carli Lloyd, Emma Watson, Melissa Harris-Perry, all women affected by unequal pay. Women deserve to be treated equal as the average man. That is … more
To Whom It May Concern,You are sitting on your couch watching TV or playing your favorite video game. You are happy. You are enjoying yourself. But did you ever stop (or in this case, pause) to think … more
To the editor: Barrington seems to be a comparatively peaceful place to be. Meaning we do not have the high anxiety situations that a lot of other communities have to deal with every day. That … more
To the editor: As a Tiverton town councilor, I’ve learned not to get too excited over every printed comment that appears, especially on social media. I do take exception to several claims made … more
To the editor: I attended the Little Compton town council meeting February 22, 2018. I was dismayed by the fact that the members of the Town Council, without any input from the community members … more
To the editor: Tiverton is rare among Rhode Island cities and towns in having an elected Charter Review Commission. Instead of being appointed by a town council, all of our members were voted in … more
To the editor: Tiverton voters and taxpayers: The Town Council intends to prevent you from voting on proposals from the Charter Review Commission (CRC) you elected last July. Although 24 … more
To the editor: Harden our schools! As a parent, citizen, and taxpayer I expect the schools that I send my children to be as safe as a bank, sporting event, court house, and dare I say a RI general … more
To the editor: On February 22, the Little Compton Town Council unanimously approved entertainment license applications from Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyards that will permit 28 events to occur there … more
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