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Letters to the Editor

Latest Letters to the Editor

Mayor urges positive outlook, precautions about coronavirus

Dear Editor, We are currently living in unprecedented times and things are changing by the hour if not by the minute. Our lives have been ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

An open letter to my patients

As most of you probably know, I will be leaving the practice of pediatrics on March 31 of this year. I will be leaving you ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

Pastor warns of street panhandling scams

To The Editor: My name is Sherry Hall and I am Bishop/Pastor of New Life Church Franklin. On Saturday, March 14, there were several people ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

Dumpsters overflowing in Southampton County

To the Editor: Recently, the yearly bill for the Solid Waste Management Fee was received by the residents of Southampton County. Since this bill was ... Read more

1 month ago by Letters to the Editor.

Open letter to Franklin School Board, administration

Members of the Board: On Jan. 9 at the Tabernacle of Holiness Church in Franklin, a symposium was held on the topic of human trafficking, ... Read more

1 month ago by Letters to the Editor.

Job fairs are an important element

As one of the co-sponsors of the annual job fair this past Wednesday, we wish to thank not only our fellow presenters, but also the ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

A tale of two Virginias

To the Editor: It is amazing to read the news concerning new legal proposals coming out of Virginia. From proposed gun-control laws — which, by ... Read more

2 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

Dick Grizzard was dedicated to Southampton

To the Editor: Southampton County lost one of its favorite sons this past week, Richard C. Grizzard Sr. Born, raised and a lifelong resident of ... Read more

3 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

No excuse for slothful behavior

To the Editor: Styrofoam food containers, plastic water/soda bottles, fast food bags/boxes/cups/napkins, red Solo cups, roofing metal (for crying out loud!) and an over abundance ... Read more

3 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

Clay Street park still special to area resident

Dear Editor: With Christmas rapidly approaching, my thoughts turn to one of my favorite memories. The park on Clay Street had a big evergreen tree ... Read more

4 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

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