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I was disheartened to see that your Christmas wish list for Bristol included a call for “responsible growth at Roger Williams University,” implying either that we have had … more
Last February, I contacted my state representative, Susan Donovan, asking her to rethink her support on two bills, H-5343 and S-274, which would ensure that Planned Parenthood will stay in business … more
I still had five heavy books for my grandchildren and a few small items to mail on Dec. 23. As my favorite mail clerk finished stamping “Book Rate,” I reached into my purse but — no … more
To the editor: The Portsmouth Historical Society recently donated several historic medical books once owned by Dr. Benjamin Greene of Portsmouth to the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown … more
To the editor: On June 8, my left eye collapsed: think grape to raisin. My left eye is my only sighted eye. It’s my “good eye.” Glaucoma stole the vision in my right eye many … more
To the editor: We at BEF would like to extend a huge thank you to those who volunteered on Saturday, Dec. 9 to help to make Barrington Education Foundation’s: Extraordinary Teaching and … more
WJAR’s Frank Coletta, news anchor extraordinaire, has been referring to “dastardly computers” for many years because of their penchant to malfunction on a moment’s notice. I … more
To the editor: ‘Tis the season for reflection, so I’ll start by saying I am grateful to live in a town where a “story about how something was thought to be a story but actually … more
To the editor: Now is the time of year when the pretty field mice come in for warmth and stray crumbs. City ladies, newly removed from their snug apartments, are apt to scream at the sight and, in … more
She had her hands full running her family’s White Rock Farm, but Jane Cabot managed to squeeze in a bit more for her beloved Little Compton. For 30 years or so, Ms. Cabot ran this small town, … more
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