Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I a writing to congratulate the "loud" Barrington students, teachers, coaches, and parents who went to the school committee meeting to voice their opposition to the proposed later school start times. This is not a … more
To the editor: (An open letter to the Barrington School Committee) I am writing to commend you on your decision to enact safe and healthy start times for our schools beginning in the fall of 2016. Over the past several … more
To the editor: Although there are snowdrops and pussy willows and a yellow haze from Chinese witch hazel, this is not the time to write about spring. Those of us who live here know that spring is a long way off no matter what the calendar … more
To the editor: Little Compton Grange #32 is working with the Little Compton Town Council to upgrade the veterans’ Wall of Honor. This Wall of Honor is for all who were residents in Little Compton when they entered the military. … more
To the editor: I have two subjects to write about. The first is Smith's Hill where I and other neighborhood kids sledded all winter during the 1930's.  We pulled our sleds down Hix Bridge Road, onto Cadman's Neck Road and then went … more
To the editor: Our form of government in the United States of America is Democratic Republic.  In a Democratic Republic the people elect representatives — senators and representatives — to represent them in the U.S. Congress and the … more
To the editor: Opposition to the change in school start times has been surprising to many of us. It is surprising to my family, because we’ve been watching the school committee consider this change for years. We have been happily, … more
To the editor: Two recent letters-to-the-editor submitted by Barrington Town Councilor members Michael Carroll and Kate Weymouth allege that claims made by me regarding the Spencer Trust need correction. Their letters appear to be little more than … more
To the editor: I have been following this community’s long-term analysis of shifting school start times since January 2012 when I attended a presentation at BHS sponsored by the school committee to explore the idea. At this event, Richard … more
To the editor: When it comes to the list of reasons being desperately thrown out to slow the wave of support building for Bernie Sanders, there is one that seems to be convincing enough to catch on. It goes like this; Bernie Sanders agenda … more
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