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To the editor: The annual meeting of the Island Cemetery will be held on Wednesday, May 31, at 3 p.m. at the Newport County Chamber of Commerce Building, 35 Valley Road, Middletown.   The … more
To the editor: Can you hear the sound of our health care system collapsing? It is not just the threat of TrumpCare, which throws 24 million Americans off health insurance while cutting taxes for … more
To the editor: In March, I attended a hearing for House Bill H-6023, which would prohibit the intensive confinement of pregnant sows, veal calves and egg-laying hens, as well as the sale of … more
To the editor, On behalf of Little Compton Boy Scout Troop 29, I would like to thank the local businesses who sponsored our recent dodgeball tournament.  We had a great time in the Wilbur School … more
To the editor: Back in another day of a year far gone, a rag-tag bunch of Vietnam veterans and I formed a group called the Winter Soldier Investigation into US war crimes — testifying that Lt. … more
To the editor Finally it is safe to say Spring has arrived. A bit chillier – it’s been in the 50’s a lot – and certainly a lot wetter – over one inch at Kentucky Derby time – than we … more
To the editor: I have lived in Little Compton for over 30 years. I’m quite far from Sakonnet Vineyard, I have never been inconvenienced by their commercial concert or event business. Yet despite … 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
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