Letters to the Editor
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I wonder if the town, DEM, and the powers-that-be have truly considered the ramifications of disrupting an already fragile ecosystem, such as this. more
Crossing Hix Bridge at night you might glance northwest and notice an odd blue light on a hill, like a little arrow pointing to a constellation. Did Jenny Holzer buy property in … more
It is bad enough that for the amount of property tax we are required to pay, we get such limited value. more
While myself and thousands of runners are going to sorely miss the Finish For A Guinness, we thank the Kee sisters for 15 years of fun and great memories! more
Over 1,100 runners and walkers entered the 15th and final road race, ‘“Finish for a Guinness 5K” last Sunday, Sept. 3. more
Well, whoever is in charge of the weather is certainly confused. All summer I never turned on my new AC, now that it is autumn I don’t know what I would do without it. Apple growers in … more
To the editor: The events of the fire at the Harborside (Inn), downtown Block Island this past weekend (Aug. 19-20) could have proved devastating.   It is only because of a strong … more
To the editor: By your receipt of my letter, the 1st Congressional District special primary will still be underway. Presumably, the glut of Democrat candidates scrambling for a special election … more
I am writing to express my concerns about the proposal to build a Mainstay Extended Stay/Sleep Inn on Gooding Avenue. The developer has filled out a DEM Wetland Application … more
To the editor: The Bristol Warren Regional School District (BRWSD) is in the process of seeking approval of a $200 million bond issue for the construction of a new high school and for making … more
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