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This Fall the new veterans’ home will open in Bristol. The 2016 referendum added another $27 million to the $94 million approved in 2012 for a total cost of $121 million. Initially, the bond … more
To the editor:  Ever hear the saying, "Don't shoot the messenger?"  Everyone is blaming Justin Katz for the budget debacle.  However, the person or persons to blame here are the authors of the … more
To the editor: I spoke with my senator, James Seveney, earlier today. He indicated he would not support (a General Assembly resolution that calls for the removal of various RhodeWorks signs … more
To the editor: I would like to have this letter on record that I support Mike Hudner in his very well articulated description of the options, in relation to Sakonnet Vineyard, facing both the … more
To the editor: Question for the parents of PHS students and residents of Portsmouth whose taxes pay for public education: Should PHS be a drug-free school? If your answer is no, read no … more
To the editor: Open Letter to Little Compton Agricultural Conservancy Trust and Town Council … Our understanding is that Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard hopes to use the tranquil character of … more
To the editor: At a time when issues of land conservation and the right of residents to control commercial aggression in their residential communities are threatened across our country, we implore … more
To the editor: A letter in last week’s Times tells the history of Barrington accurately.  Read the letter questioning Barrington's 300th anniversary. We were incorporated as … more
To the editor: Last Friday, for the first time anyone can recall, drug-sniffing dogs were deployed at Portsmouth High School. For half an hour, students huddled in lockdown while the dogs prowled … more
To the editor: It is High Noon in Little Compton this week! The time of a decisive confrontation between the undermanned and under-gunned Town Council and LCACT against the deeply resourced, … more
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