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To the editor: Your recent editorial on global warming asserts that Bristol will be inundated when the ocean rises by just short of ten feet by 2100. To support your position, you quote the … more
To the editor: The Home Town Rule Charter begins with a preamble that reads, “We the people, of the Town of Tiverton, in order to secure the right of self government in all local matters … more
Just about every fiscal fiasco in Rhode Island started out as the brainchild of some “smart people”, a/k/a politically connected campaign contributors, who sold the idea to the state, put … more
To the editor: The Little Compton Agricultural Conservancy Trust (LCACT) owns outright or the development rights to many properties in town. Each has a management plan. Some may permit crops to … more
To the editor:The East Providence City Council should send a notice to the current Washington administration that it intends to join the many other cities and municipalities throughout the country in … more
I’m just reading the Bristol Phoenix from May 25, 2016, and all I keep seeing is that the police keep going on the complaints of different things but they never seem to be there on time to find … more
To the editor: On Memorial Day, ever since they were young children, my neighbor's daughters, Lorelei and Morgan Alverson, have decorated a stone lion that sits in front of my house. They do this … more
To the editor: In a major league shift, last Wednesday’s FTM (replete with moms and dads with little kids), overwhelmingly voted to trade away the A-Team. Gone are Grove, Horne, and Gralnek, … more
To the editor: As members of the leadership team of the Special Education Advisory Committee for the Barrington Public Schools, we write in response to Heather Crosby’s letter entitled … more
To the editor: Congratulations to the three girls from Cottage Avenue who successfully petitioned the Portsmouth Town Council to improve traffic safety on their street!  As remaining time … more
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