Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The absolute worst thing to ever happen in women fashion is the recent development of yoga pants as daily wear outside the yoga studio.  Not since the mini-skirt has there … more
To the editor:During a lunch break, I ran into an elderly friend (let’s call him Buddy), who asked for a ride to Seekonk.  When I asked, what he needed in Seekonk, his response was … more
To the editor: In March, the City of Newport awarded a contract to purchase a new fireboat for the city’s fire department. The City Council voted to spend $887,642 on an aluminum vessel … more
To the editor: I would like to commend Dr./Mr. Douglas for, at long last, getting a formal ruling from the State Ethics Commission.  There was really no way around this. The ethics … more
To the editor: This past week the Barrington High School start time of 7:40 was strictly enforced. I do not have a problem with this however many individuals showed up to the school with minutes … more
To the editor:Arlene Violet’s “Growing Decency Deficit” (August 30-31) was a breath of fresh air. We are constantly bombarded with articles on how”the other guy” is … more
To the editor: The growing interest in high school start time is a reflection of the compelling research demonstrating the unique sleep cycles of adolescents and the potential consequences of … more
To the editor: I was disappointed to read Mr. Douglas’s deflective letter in last week’s edition. I would have expected a more transparent response regarding his involvement with the … more
To the editor: Does anyone else think they school district/committee has a bit of a communication issue?   The emails and newsletters flow fast and furious for the good (awards and … more
To the editor: Many senior citizens complained that the recent 8 percent property tax increase is driving them out of town.   In response, the town council formed a committee to consider … more
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