Letters to the Editor
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This letter was written in response to the recent death of Judi Staven, a former member of the Portsmouth Town Council. To the editor: Judi was more than a friend. She was a confidante, a … more
To the editor: As most Portsmouth residents already know, our Town Council voted to keep the transfer operations as they are and will be establishing a pay-as-you-throw system.  Sticker … more
To the editor: A golden opportunity has presented itself in the form of a significant 15.6-acre property for sale on Bramans Lane in Portsmouth.  Little Creek Preserve was once part of a … more
To the editor: Many parents are concerned about the opioid and drug crisis and want to know what is being done. Some may have attended the “Hidden in Plain Sight” presentation and … more
To the editor: The Newport Navy Choristers, under the direction of Lori McDowell, will be presenting their annual Christmas concert, “Christmas in Song,” on Friday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 … more
To the editor: After reading Mr. Corey’s “unbiased letter” of Oct. 19, it sounds to me and my “unbiased opinion” that we should put up with the left-leaning, biased … more
To the editor: At Monday’s Town Council meeting in Portsmouth, a request was made for the cost of the transfer station be included in our tax rolls (it was removed in 2006). Trash collection … more
To the editor: Attached photo is a new sign installed by (the R.I. Department of Transportation) yesterday (Oct. 23) at Route 114/Route 24 North/South. It is void of a start date, yet they know it … more
This is an edited version of a letter sent to the Portsmouth High School Class of 1966, which funded the construction of an archway at the school to honor the memory of the late Raymond Sullivan, a … more
To the editor: It is public knowledge that Channel 10, in Providence, has been purchased by Sinclair Broadcasting, a conglomerate. With this new ownership apparently comes a requirement that the … more
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