Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The absolute worst thing to ever happen in women fashion is the recent development of yoga pants as daily wear outside the yoga studio.  Not since the mini-skirt has there … more
To the editor:The Warren children ages 13-16 were told there would not be a fall ball team for them because there was not a manager for them, and were told to go to Bristol to join their fall ball … more
To the editor: ........we don't start regulating soon! The libertarian beliefs in this town are going to destroy it! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tragedy_of_the_commons The harbor is so … more
To the editor: I am personally offended by the disparaging letters from Democratic candidates Leonard Katzman and John McDaid regarding the PCC candidate forum.  As a member of the … more
To the editor Nancy Driggs and I recently wrote about a “big union giveaway,” meaning Councilor Edwards’s push to increase fire department staffing by 33 percent in advance of the casino … more
To the editor: The Portsmouth Historical Society held its first Portsmouth History Trivia Night for high school and middle school students at Gulf Stream Bar and Grille at Melville last Thursday … more
To the editor: The growing interest in high school start time is a reflection of the compelling research demonstrating the unique sleep cycles of adolescents and the potential consequences of … more
To the editor: Arrogance and single-mindedness cost the taxpayers of Portsmouth $800,000 this week.  Approximately five years ago the Portsmouth Town Council was considering a request from … more
To the editor: Tiverton voters will have three budget options at this year’s financial town referendum (FTR), held at the high school all day on Saturday, May 21. Two things make the 0.9% Budget … more
The Bristol Town Council’s unanimous decision to support a 35-cent per-person “landing fee” — aka, tax — on passengers on the Prudence Ferry in my opinion is wrong. I … more
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