Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Lately all the lights on the utility poles on Crandall Road in Adamsville have been re-lit. That's a lot of light pollution. It was better when only two utility pole lights were … more
To the editor: In my opinion, allowing the Weatherlow Farm to  become a wedding  and event venue is a bad idea. Bringing a lot of traffic onto that narrow section of Sodom Road is … more
To the editor:  In this age of marine travel, with the electronics, radar and sounding machines, just about every shipwreck can be blamed on human error. In the days of sail, the wind had … more
To the editor: In regards to the editorial of Sept. 28, 2017, “No justice for animals.” So, “No justice for animals”? “Most of the photos of what went on inside … more
To the editor: I read Josh Bickford’s column about his pledge to drive slower and more carefully around bicyclists, and it reminded how grateful I am that Barrington village has new … more
To the editor: On June 12, because I’m gay, I experienced a level of bigotry that I had not endured in over 50 years. I had almost forgotten it existed. Not since my elementary school days … more
To the editor: The Local Brew Events team, producers of the 7th annual Fiddle n Folk Fest on Sept. 16 in Haines Park, would like to thank everyone who attended this free community event, all of … more
To the editor: Blind faith can be dangerous. I think most of us know that to be true. Blind faith and propaganda are what enabled German citizens to ignore, in silence, the capture and murder … more
To the editor: The Barrington Republican Town Committee held a very successful, first ever, chowder social this month. The event was attended by affiliated members as well as many unaffiliated … more
To the editor: The development, use, possession and threats to use nuclear weapons makes all other historical events seem trivial by comparison.  The fact that our country could cause … more
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