Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: It is public knowledge that Channel 10, in Providence, has been purchased by Sinclair Broadcasting, a conglomerate. With this new ownership apparently comes a requirement that the … more
To the editor: I am writing in response to the letter by Ms. Debra Faber Cardoza, posted on Oct. 18.  While she noted that three residents spoke in favor of curbside pickup during the last … more
To the editor: Open letter to the taxpayers of Little Compton … On October 11, I attended the Little Compton school committee meeting. I would like to share a brief overview from my … more
To the editor, On Tuesday, Oct. 10, 138 residents attended the Portsmouth Town Council meeting in which the transfer station or curbside pickup options were considered. Less than three people were … more
To the editor: When we stay silent, domestic violence thrives. With 1 in 4 Rhode Islanders experiencing domestic violence in their lifetimes, and nearly 1 in 10 Rhode Island high schoolers … more
To the editor: We are a nation enthralled by our guns and by our embrace of Second Amendment “freedoms.” The 2007 “Small Arms Survey” found that the U.S. has the highest gun ownership … more
To the editor: I find myself compelled to respond to Mr. Collins’ September 21 letter to the editor about animal treatment hypocrisy.  He’s quite right that it’s hypocritical to get … more
To the editor: In regards to the editorial of Sept. 28, 2017, “No justice for animals.” So, “No justice for animals”? “Most of the photos of what went on inside … more
To the editor: On Oct. 10, the House Finance Committee will hear testimony on the Pawtucket Red Sox Stadium legislation. The $83 million dollar publicly owned stadium proposal seeks $23 million … more
To the editor: Are your hummingbird feeders still up? Hurray for you and I am sure you know to keep them there until October 15. You might even be rewarded with a rufous! They seem to travel late … more
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