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To the editor: Last week's Phoenix contained two letters from members of the Bristol County Concerned Citizens, criticizing me for a letter I submitted the previous week regarding local political … more
To the editor:In addition to the finding that the usable space in Robin Rug has been inflated due to faulty math, a further reduction is needed because of the flooding hazard. The size elevation is … more
To the editor:While the past two years have been challenging in many ways, they have also highlighted the importance of community and the power of coming together to support one another and get … more
To the editor: Talk about duplication of services across the board! We have a Senior Center that goes above and beyond and offers all and more than the proposed plan at the Walley School. We have … more
To the editor:Friends of Historic Bristol (FHB) is questioning the gross square footage of The Yarn Mill Project and trying to pressure the Planning Board into a new look at the project.The square … more
To the editor: Thanks to Ethan Hartley and the Warren Times-Gazette for the article about the Arbor Day celebration at Kickemuit Middle School on April 29th. The Warren High School Class of 1965 … more
To the editor: This letter is addressed to Portsmouth town government, with an urgent request to freeze spending and property taxes for the next two fiscal years due to hyper-inflation, upcoming … more
To the editor: As the usual political actors ratchet up their rhetoric after the leak of the first draft of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson decision, we need to true up what they are … more
To the editor: The Tiverton Town Council needs to step up to the plate on this one and rein in the town administrator in his current attempts to control the planning board and its decision-making. … more
To the editor: For over 350 years of living history Little Compton, Rhode Island has evolved from a tribal, hunter gatherer, Sakonnet People, into farms and pastures, dirt roads and the horse … more
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