Letters to the Editor
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This is an open letter to the current members of the Bristol Town Council: Question: What do 120-plus Bristol residents, their families and friends all have in common? Answer: They have all … more
On Tuesday evening I attended the Bristol Health Equity Zone (HEZ) Building Partnerships Celebration and was inspired and proud to be part of a community with such a network of dedicated and … more
To the editor: On Thursday night Barrington lost one of its own, Dr. Clive Bridgham. He was apparently murdered in his home in East Providence. He was found on Thursday night. He grew up here in … more
To the editor: As a physician who does take care of “sleepy” teens and a mother of a sleepy teen I would like to respond to Mr. Fuller’s flippant attitude towards the medical … more
To the editor: I loved the way Arlene Violet morphed her column into a fact-check quiz this week, but I'm confused about the scoring. She said that one who disagreed with all the statements she … more
To the editor: I have been following the Town of Barrington’s analysis of shifting school start times since Jan. 2012 when I attended a presentation at Barrington High School which was … more
To the editor: Project Purple Week begins in Portsmouth on Saturday, Jan. 20, and runs until Jan. 27, but starting now you can get in on the action.  Imagine Portsmouth decked out in … more
To the editor: OK Arlene Violet, you are not over the top for Trump. (East Bay Life column, Jan. 10-11). Are/were you over the top for Barak Obama?   The eight years under that president … more
To the editor: In response to the most recent letter from Bill Reed -  Mr. Reed, what do you propose to make Westport schools better? We believe our town should provide quality education for … more
To the editor:Congratulations to our town leadership, and this community as a whole. A little more than a year ago I began a campaign to change the zoning in Warren to allow and regulate the … more
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