Letters to the editor
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Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin touts a new federal consumer protection law, signed into law by President Donald Trump on May 24, 2018, that protects seniors from becoming victims of financial exploitation. more
To the Editor: A definition of a malcontent is one who is dissatisfied with government, especially a government governed by one whose narcissism runs deep. As a citizen taxpayer as well as a … more
Taking care of an aging parent or loved one is an extremely meaningful and important role. However, it is widely known that caregiving duties can take up a significant part of a person's life. According to the Family Caregiver Alliance, more
To the Editor:Make no mistake, the ruckus surrounding the nomination of Federal Appeals Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is about four things.First, Democrats have become the … more
Dear residents of District 1: Thank you for allowing me to serve as your elected representative to the Johnston Town Council since January 2015. It has truly been an honor and privilege to have worked alongside you, as your advocate and voice in local more
To the Editor: I supported the two local Johnston ladies that ran as Independents in this year's election, and am very disappointed that they did not win. Brenda Lynn Leone is a lady of good character that put her own money, time, and hard work into her more
To the Editor: Freedom of speech? We, the people, of this great nation have freedom of speech, but not freedom of thoughts, beliefs and actions that don't coincide with the mainstream media, Hollywood, academia and the progressive liberal left Democrats. more
To the Editor: As Americans, we like to have everything laid out in an obvious and understandable format. We tend to act toward war in the same manner. Americans like to see their nation's confrontations, with other nations, concluded promptly and more
To the Editor: We'd like to set the record straight. In his guest column (Budget, education in spotlight at State House, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019), speaker of the house Nicholas Mattiello misrepresented the legislation being considered that would protect more
To the Editor: Over the past 25 years I have always emphasized the need for privatization of our services including only paying wages and benefits that reflect 90 percent of the non-union workforce in addition to taking affordability into consideration more
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