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To the editor: It has been a pleasure and an honor to work with Kate Michaud during my years on the Tiverton Planning Board and I congratulate Kate, who currently serves as Planning Board administrative officer, on achieving her new...
To the editor: At the January 6 meeting of the Council of Elementary and Secondary Education, I summarized a conversation we’ve had over the past few months with Rhode Island students, parents, teachers, principals, superintendents, school-committee members, community leaders, and...
To the editor: I would like to thank Tom Dalglish for his consistent and dedicated reporting in the East Bay region. The Sakonnet Times is a community newspaper - it does not play the same role of  “the 4th estate”...
To the editor: On Wednesday I was sworn in as the state senator from District 11. It is with great pride and humility that I accepted the charge of the voters. I understand my duty to Portsmouth, Bristol and Tiverton...
To the editor: During the holiday season we celebrate harvest gifts from nature, from pumpkins to apples to cranberries. There are growing signs of trouble that the winged workers who not only pollinate our food supply but are essential to...
To the editor: A saying that is widely known among animal lovers is, “In a perfect world, every home deserves a dog and every dog deserves a home.” We all know that this not a perfect world. It is certainly evident...
Editor’s note: This Dec. 22, 2015 letter, from Rep. John G. Edwards (Dist. 70-Tiverton, Portsmouth) was addressed to Peter Alviti, director of the R.I. Department of Transportation. To the editor: Dear Director Alviti: Thank you for your letter of Dec. 10, 2015...
To the editor: During the holiday season we celebrate harvest gifts from nature, from pumpkins to apples to cranberries. There are growing signs of trouble that the winged workers who not only pollinate our food supply but are essential to...
To the editor: Having pledged an open and public dialogue in October about the disposition of the Industrial Park, the Town Council immediately foreclosed that possibility when it signed a so-called Standstill Agreement with a developer from the midwest who...
To the editor: Although the difference came down to just 120 votes, with the final results from the Board of Elections it’s clear that we did not prevail. I congratulate John Pagliarini, our new senator from District 11, and look...
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