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Barrington leaders appear embarrassingly tone deaf as they hammer through a new set of fees for everyone playing outdoor recreational sports in town. Consider the evidence … The town … more
Social media sites like Facebook and GoFundMe have done wonders for nonprofits and worthy causes around the world. They have also hurt them in ways that cannot be measured. Anyone with a social … more
To the editor: Well, once again a very close call! Sunday Sept. 16, while crossing the bike path on North Lake Drive, another very close call!  Three people decked out in full bike attire … more
To the editor: We've read the two articles in the Times concerning the charter change and where DPW employees stand on the charter changes, but some clarification is still needed. In simple … more
A few months ago, I noticed a gap in the wall at the far end, entering the lobby, located at the mail boxes in the post office. Hmm, I wondered when the picture of Pat Vaccaro would be returning. And … more
September is National Recovery Month; a time for education and celebration. Since 1989, people with lived experience, loved ones, treatment professionals, and community supporters have come together … more
To prospective developers in Bristol, I am wondering if we seniors have to relocate to Florida or other more affordable areas? We love this town and hate being pushed out. Before all of … more
The organizers of the 2018 High Street Porch Music Fest would like to express our heartfelt thanks to all who came together last Sunday to enjoy porches, neighbors, and music. Thank you to all the … more
Given the crazy politics taking place on the national stage daily, it is refreshing to read about our local campaigns in these pages during this election season. I admire the energy and determination … more
To the editor: Our lovely summer has slipped away but if we can have another week or two of the present weather I am not complaining. The fall perennials are at their peak – Japanese anemones … more
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