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To the editor: With the legislative session now beginning, I wanted to reach out to my constituents to give them a quick update and to remind them to contact me anytime with any comments, questions or concerns that they may...
To the editor: I wrote in a letter last month that moving forward as a community means being able to discuss differences of opinion in the way that a community should.  At its bottom, that means we must treat the...
To the editor: I'd like to thank the Times and staff writer Lynda Rego for including an article about our book, Feel Me Brave, in last week's newspaper. I wanted to let readers know that the website feelmebrave.com<http://feelmebrave.com> has some...
To the editor: You see a student sitting in your chair when you come back from the bathroom. You’re shocked. Then angry. Then ready to go into a fight. Two hours later you’re seen sitting in detention watching the other...
To the editor: To the children who participated in Rudy’s Read-A-Thon, We would like to thank all of the children and their sponsors who took part in our recent read-a-thon to help raise funds for the new children’s room at the...
To the editor: I am humbled by the overwhelming support of my position against tolls and I am grateful for the endorsement of a leader in the anti-toll movement: the Portsmouth Concerned Citizens.  Voters have a clear choice on the...
To the editor: Voters in State Senate District 11 have an easy choice to make between liberal Democrat James Seveney and conservative Republican John Pagliarini. Liberal Democrats have governed Rhode Island for more than 50 years. The state ranks at, or...
To the editor: The Portsmouth Historical Society needs your help. A recent letter sent to all Portsmouth residents described the reasons for this. The Christian Union Church (circa 1864) that houses the Society’s museum and meeting room is in need...
To the editor: It has been many years since I was given the opportunity to play for Portsmouth High. Those days were special to me, as they are too many students who participate in extracurricular activities. I remember very little...
On Thursday, Dec. 17, my sister and my dog were seriously injured in an unprovoked vicious attack by a pit bull which was on the loose.  This is the same dog which attacked another dog in August of this...
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