Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: On Friday, Sept. 27 approximately 75 young men and women from town came and helped us unload around three thousand pumpkins at St. John’s Episcopal Church. We asked for help … more
To the editor: It's Sunday evening, just after 8 p.m., and I am furious, having witnessed yet another accident on Route 77, Main Road, this one potentially as fatal as the others I have seen, and … more
To the editor: Last week, Little Compton lost one of its kindest citizens. Robert (“Bob”) Brooks wore many hats during his 72 years of life – renowned student-athlete at Harvard, naval … more
To the editor: Just when you think you could not be more disgusted with politics, a total farce like the Tiverton Town Council recall rears its ugly head. What I’ve had difficulty understanding … more
To the editor: Whether it's talk of the Green New Deal or commentary on rising sea levels, we hear quite often and quite loudly the dire situation of climate change. In the wake of the worldwide … more
An inaccurate, muzzle loaded, long rifle that took several minutes to reload between shots was the latest weapon technology in the late 1780s, when the U.S. Constitution and its second amendment were … more
Every town and municipality requires zoning ordinances and parameters to follow. It would be a chaotic practice if residents or businesses were allowed a ”willy nilly” approach to put up … more
To the editor: Birds are leaving the feeder. And the light has changed. It’s not daylight savings, mind you; the light simply changes one day, each fall and spring. If you’re quiet, you’ll … more
To the editor: Wow! Deb Pallasch. Shame on you for claiming your litany of unsupported assumptions, opinions, and erroneous facts serve as a “path to recall.” You claim by clairvoyance to … more
To the editor: Westport farmers and members of the Westport community crowded the room at the Board of Health meeting on September 10. The Westport community and its farmers spoke out at this … more
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