Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: It’s easy, I think, to take for granted all the work needed to manage a town like Barrington.  Did you know for instance that Barrington has 21 boards, committees and … more
To the editor: On Dec. 14, 2012, Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and killed 20 six- and seven-year-old children with a semi-automatic rifle that was legally … more
To the editor: In the recent letter satirizing the very real danger of toxic masculinity, the letter only served to project it further. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse did a tremendous job in … more
To the editor: Hida, I applaud you for responding to my letter to the editor. The first amendment is a beautiful thing and to be highly valued by all Americans. So too is our constitutional right … more
To the editor: The sticker shock of August property tax bills is still on the minds of Barrington residents. Everyone, that is, except one: Sweetbriar Limited Partners, the for-profit developer of … more
To the editor: We were reading the council question of the week, and the false unsupported statements made by the candidates. Once again we would like to clarify to the town council candidates … more
To the editor: The Booster Club would like to thank the student athletes and community donors who made our recent Booster Day a huge success! More than 100 student-athletes participated in our … more
Letter to the Barrington School Committee: As a mom of three exhausted middle schoolers, a physician who takes care of many sleep-deprived teenagers and a supporter of the results of many … more
To the editor: As the former acting and part-time director of the Parks and Recreation Department, the issue of players’ fees came up during my tenure.  At that time, the leagues did … more
To the editors: I take issue with Mr. Brier’s assertion in his Oct. 3 letter that failing to redevelop the former Zion Bible College land is “a blessing in disguise”. Since Shine … more
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