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To the editor: I want to thank the citizens of Portsmouth that took the time to vote on Election Day.  I am especially grateful and appreciative to those who voted for me and have given me … more
All of Barrington’s six schools have traffic challenges during the morning rush hour and afternoon dismissal. Best are the three elementary schools, which of course have the smallest student … more
To the editor:Thank you, thank you, thank you! We can’t thank Dave Scarpino and the Christmas Festival Committee enough for the spectacular celebration this year.The Christmas Snow Ball was … more
To the editor:Our society has created a culture of intolerance, preventing our mind from holding multiple views of the the same issue. Increasingly, society pressures us to keep only one belief and … more
To the editor: Last week's Phoenix contained a letter to the editor lampooning and ridiculing a previous letter by former school committee candidate Tony Morettini regarding the improved test … more
To the editor: Last year, the Rhode Island general assembly enacted significant laws that limit gun cartridge capacity, raise the age limit for owning riffles to 21 and prohibit the carry of … more
To the editor: The Town is to be congratulated on their acquisition of the property at Gooding Avenue and Metacom. This wooded and partially wetland tract is an important part of the wetlands that … more
To the editor: My wife and I are recent Bristolians, and we want to say thanks for the wonderful and welcoming community we’ve found here. The tree lighting, and Christmas celebration this … more
To the editor: According to an administrator at Rhode Island Housing, when an “affordable housing” plan is locally denied and then appealed before the State Housing Appeal Board … more
There have been many untrue statements about the proposed demolition of two historic buildings at 113/119 Water Street, and the feasibility of their repair: “Since the buildings have been deemed unsafe to occupy, they must be demolished.” Not true. more
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