Letters to the Editor
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All Westport animal farms require scrutiny To the editor: The Westport Board of Selectmen is moving forward to try to address the future of Westport animal farming. While very much reactive, … more
To the editor,    I am writing with a very real and quite dire sense of urgency.  Many of us Rhode Islanders from all over the state have been endlessly going to siting … more
To the editor, On Aug. 11, the Bristol Phoenix published a letter I had written concerning the investigation of state Rep. and 2015 Independence Day Parade Chief Marshal Raymond … more
To the editor: Nov. 26 is Small Business Saturday and it is a day to honor small businesses.   In Bristol we have a vibrant small business community, of which our Bristol merchants … more
To the editor: On behalf of the band Abbey Rhode, I want to express our deepest thanks to our many friends and fans for their steadfast support over the past 12 years. It is now time for us to … more
To the editor: Last week, in a letter to the editor, Robert Bledsoe questioned the demonstrators reacting to Donald Trump’s election, and I’d like to correct some of his … more
To the editor: Thank you, thank you. Little Compton Grange # 32 P. of H. held their Harvest Night for members and non members.  There was a pot luck supper, then upstairs for a Grange … more
To the editor: On Nov. 11, 2016, I attended a service at our town hall, organized to remember all those who have served our country in the military.  It was a short, but impactful … more
To the editor: The following letter is from a young man we met while walking the Portuguese Camino last summer … “Dear Don and Ellen Irish Christopher here from the Camino in Portugal. … more
To the editor: We would like to thank all those in our great community who supported and/or attended the annual Sowams School Octoberfest on Saturday Oct. 15. We had a great day where families … more
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