Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: It is very important that we discuss the burning of a swastika into the sign on the bike path near Temple Habonim. Police Chief John LaCross confirmed our impression that it is rare … more
To the editor: There have been hundreds of reports around the country of hate graffiti, hate mail, bomb threats, violence and racially motivated acts of violence. These are unprecedented times … more
To the editor: The citizens of Barrington came together in Nov. 2016 and passed the school referendum to build a much-needed new Barrington Middle School.   To see it through, Rhode Island … more
To the editor As someone that enjoys following politics, I must have missed something here in Tiverton. To recap what I have gathered in just a short few weeks: 1. Town budget goes astray over … more
To the editor: The only management of the overall tax property rate is by the registered voters at the Financial Town Meeting. The town manager and the town council manage the municipal budget. … more
Good recycling is important for a lot of reasons. First, it is good for the environment. Ever- growing and toxic landfills are becoming a major problem. But there is a more practical reason to … more
To the editor: When I think of a community, I think of a group of citizens with common interests, a shared agenda and most importantly, a group of people willing to help and support each other. On … more
To the editor: Recently, in speaking with a former resident of Tiverton, she mentioned how the politics of the town has always been like this (cuttings funds and not doing what is right for the … more
To the editor, On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Mount Hope Farm Trust, I am writing in response to the Speak-Out piece in last week’s Bristol Phoenix saying that the farm has no … more
To the editor: Portsmouth Softball (Little League) had two of the best softball clinics for our athletes with coach Jannelle Iaquinto (Salve Regina University’s new head softball coach) and … more
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