Letters to the Editor
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To the editor:I want to thank all the women and men who hung the The Town Common with wreathes on the trees and decorated the gazebo with the Christmas Tree and lights. Thanks. Charlie Cavalconte … more
To the editor:I read with interest the proposed plan to turn the Walley School into headquarters for the elderly. The cost would be $2 million to stabilize the building and another $1.8 million for … more
To the editor:What a painful two years it has been for all of us, but especially for our communities’ children. They have lost times and experiences that they will never get back. And they lack … more
To the editor:I want to praise the Warren Times-Gazette for having hit the trifecta in its Dec. 29 edition: Lucy Probert’s excellent reporting (“Stop Your Engines!”) on Sharon … more
To the editor:Dr. Anthony Fauci has dedicated his long life to protecting us all from deadly viruses, including ebola, HIV, and COVID-19. Our nation’s New Year’s Resolution should be to … more
To the editor: With increasing unease, I’ve watched the Barrington Times, a valuable resource for our community, increasingly serve as a vehicle for anti-mask/anti-vax propaganda and … more
To the editor: It’s been a few weeks since you published a story called “Parents vs. The State.” I responded to the writer directly in my shock at this kind of attention being … more
To the editor: I’m dismayed to see the letter from Jean Ernster in last week’s paper; while I appreciate that Ms. Ernster has a personal objection to abortion, her letter is filled … more
To the editor: A modest proposal. In this most intractable debate, a letter to last week’s Sakonnet Times drew my interest. Jean Ernster of Barrington made a most intriguing proposal to … more
To the editor: Three Barrington school teachers were scheduled for a hearing this past Thursday, Dec. 16 to appeal being placed on unpaid leave with threat of employment termination starting … more
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