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To the editor: It's June again and time for the Barrington Yacht Club to host the New England Sunfish Regional on the 10th and 11th. That's when, for the grand total of seventy five dollars, the … more
To the editor: The Barrington Town Council has now before it, a most serious case regarding a conflict of interest, based on the R.I. General Laws and the Barrington Town Charter.  This … more
To the editor: In 1958, Oliver Sacks wrote a little book on perceptions. The book is known by the title of one of its subjects, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat. The flawed perception is … more
To the editor One of the many joys during our 20 years of owning a place in Westport is watching the sunset while sitting on the beach. My husband loves to fish during those dusk hours.   It … more
To the editor: Summertime is finally here. It’s time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. Many people will take advantage of water activities on Narragansett Bay. The bay is currently … more
To the editor Nancy Driggs and I recently wrote about a “big union giveaway,” meaning Councilor Edwards’s push to increase fire department staffing by 33 percent in advance of the casino … more
To the editor: I’m a candidate for the Charter Review Commission and I respectfully ask for your vote.  I’m seeking a seat on the commission because I became very alarmed by the recent … more
To the editor It’s nice to see a large group of Tiverton citizens willing to work for a year to improve our charter however it appears from the outset there is a struggle for power going on. … more
To the editor: Your recent editorial on global warming asserts that Bristol will be inundated when the ocean rises by just short of ten feet by 2100. To support your position, you quote the … more
To the editor: The Home Town Rule Charter begins with a preamble that reads, “We the people, of the Town of Tiverton, in order to secure the right of self government in all local matters … more
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