Letters to the Editor
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To the editor, Thank you yet again to the members of the Bristol Town Council for endorsing a resolution to “dis-allow non-law enforcement to carry concealed firearms onto school … more
To the editor: Rhode Island is lacking in foster homes. Currently there are about 2,000 children in state care but only enough space in foster homes around the state for about half of those … more
To the editor: As a mother and a daughter of a school teacher, I was drawn to watch the recently published PBS documentary on the Sandy Hook tragedy that took place in December of 2012. So many of … more
To the editor: Claiming the Tiverton Library isn’t really part of the town, the Tiverton Budget Committee decided to essentially level fund the library for the second year in a row. Budget … more
To the editor:I teach at UMass Dartmouth. I am in the business of preparing students for their future (some of whom may be your sons and daughters), an enterprise that only makes sense when they can … more
To the editor:Mine was the sort of elementary school whose hallways were lined with child-appropriate motivational posters: “Learning is FUN-damental;” “Reading gives you … more
To the editor, Ahoy, Bristol! You can help us hoist Bristol Sails!  Explore Bristol has embarked on a new adventure to pay homage to our beautiful Bristol harbor and our sailing, marine … more
To the editor: We write in support of Brian Valcourt and Steve Ouellette for selectmen, and in opposition to Dick Spirlet. There are many accomplishments and characteristics to recommend … more
Tuesday night I lay awake for a long time because I could not stop thinking about a conversation I had with a woman at the check-out line at the grocery store. After complimenting me on my … more
To the editor: As a Westport resident and business owner, I applaud your editorial last week ("One fine mess we've made") concerning street litter appearing beneath the winter melt. Last year, … more
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