Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Opinion

Opinion

To the editor: February is Love the Bus Month. The annual campaign by the American School Bus Council aims to recognize school bus drivers across the country for their dedication to provide safe student transportation...

To the editor: The recent Portsmouth school system professional development day on Jan. 29 that focused on technology was a huge success on many levels. Superintendent Ana C. Riley greeted teachers, administrators, school board members, paraprofessionals...

I read an article last week by Valerie Easton, avid gardener and Seattle Times columnist, whose New Year’s resolution was to plant less. What a notion! That goes against almost everything I stand for....

To the editor: Does it seem as if each new proposal is weaker than the previous one (Carpinoato, casino and now Legacy)? Mr. Hansen, Legacy's consultant, says "public, private partnership. No thanks sir, don't need to...

To the editor: This past Monday night, the Tiverton Town Council meeting hit a new low in fairness to their residents. Here’s what happened:  The Town Council president allowed an out-of-state developer, Legacy Development (“Legacy”), whose...

You won’t hear gunfire, won’t hear anything but the hum of a fan, neighbors were repeatedly promised by the would-be builder of an indoor gun range alongside homes in north Tiverton. That’s not how it...

To the editor: Kate Levin’s so-called commentary that was published in last week’s issue of Shorelines is actually an edited version of the press release that her public relations and marketing enterprise Verve Creative Solutions...

AAA of New England reported this month that a survey of more than 2200 of its members said that the state does not spend enough money on its roads and bridges. How can this...

To the editor: This month, the 154 historic property owners on our list have been sent order forms for a historic plaque. We have received around 25 orders from owners so far, and are looking...

A public hearing on recreational fin fish regulations for 2016 will be held by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 6 p.m. at the URI Bay Campus, Coastal...
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