Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I am a student at Hampden Meadows. Each day I ride my bike to school. On Fridays, there is a problem that I am hoping the neighbors can help solve.  Friday is trash day. The … more
To the editor: “He was this close….” flashing the ubiquitous thumb to forefinger sign of a very tight race. What a ride it's been.  I still don't know why they call it … more
To the editor: As a lifelong resident and daily commuter over the Central Bridge, affectionately referred to as the White Church Bridge, I was excited to learn that a replacement was to be … more
To the editor:The election is over, the people have spoken and I wasn’t rewarded a second term. I had sincerely hoped to continue serving Warren as a member of the Warrne Town Council. I … more
To the editor: So … let me get this straight. Changing our part of town by clear-cutting all/almost all of the historic trees that give/gave our town of Warren the kind of … more
To the editor: I would like to thank all the residents of Tiverton who came out on November 8 to cast their votes. I will work my hardest to bring new businesses into the town. I will work on … more
To the editor: Last week Donald Trump was declared the winner of this country’s presidential election and it didn’t take long for commentary to follow ‘explaining’ why he … more
To the editor: I write this letter because you are my home, and because I love you. I woke up on Nov. 9 to a community in mourning. Here at Union Theological Seminary, students of diverse … more
To the editor: I want to thank all of the citizens of Portsmouth for their support and confidence in electing me back to the Town Council.   I look forward to working with our new and … more
East Bay Citizens for Peace held its monthly vigil for peace and justice outside the Bristol Post Office the Saturday after the election of Donald Trump as president. We found strength and solace … more
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