March 29, 2007 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Coyote menace a growing problem

Over the past few years the island's pets have been held hostage by coyotes in Jamestown. I recall a number of years ago the divisiveness on this island when the leash law was passed. More...

Speeding traffic is the Clinton Ave. problem

I am writing in response to last week's letter titled "Leadership is disappointing." To clarify some of the writer's points, there is no barrier limiting pedestrian traffic between Howland Avenue and Clinton Avenue. More...

'Yours Anne' was a dream realized

How do I begin to express my appreciation to all those who contributed to the fulfillment of a dream? More...

Codington Cove ship building memories

Your article introducing Commander Bill Kelly was missing some information concerning his U.S. Coast Guard cutter. The Seneca was built right across Narragansett Bay, in Middletown, at the Robert E. Derecktor Shipyard. More...

Thanks to JTPPC for all their hard work

While packing files and making my final notes as outgoing vice chairman of the Jamestown Tree Preservation and Protection Committee (JTPPC), I thought about the loveliness of this island and the great presence of green. More...

Tower's microwave level within limits

I find it hard to believe that yet another Chicken Little "the sky is falling" scenario abounds in Jamestown. I thought the RF radiation controversy was left behind with the microwave oven and cell phone user brain damage scares. More...