Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: Well, I am still here but there really hasn’t been much news on my acres. The raccoon has been thwarted with a large floppy white baffle around the support for the bird … more
To the editor: I’ll be interested to hear how Megan Douglas and this article “Vaccine mandate, booster shots, and lawsuits” didn’t get it wrong.  To say the … more
To the editor: I have been reading the recent articles in the Barrington Times on plans to install artificial turf on fields in town, and I would like to offer a high school athlete’s … more
To the editor: The news from Michigan recently is both heartbreaking and infuriating: a teenager took a gun from his home and used it to murder four students and to seriously wound seven others at … more
To the editor: I want to thank the Barrington Times for the front-page piece by Josh Bickford (Nov. 23, 2021) asking “What is the ‘economic risk’ of teacher vaccine … more
To the editor: The Newport County Community Healthcare Collaborative is an association of 10 community-based organizations that came together 18 months ago to combat vaccine hesitancy and limit … more
To the editor:I am writing to express my opposition to the development of the 80-room Mainstay Sleep Inn Hotel on Gooding Avenue. I had inquired at Town Hall about the clearing of wildlife habitat on … more
To the editor:The Mt. Hope Student Union claims in their overlong public comment, quoted in toto by Tumblr-blog Uprise RI, that our doomed collegebound “are checked for their bigotry, … more
To the editor:It seems apparent that there are a few people who are members of both the Fourth of July Committee and the Christmas Festival Committee. Their inability to do math correctly is a … more
To the editor:Like many East Bay residents, I’ve followed with growing dismay the ongoing actions and statements of the current leadership of the Bristol Warren School Committee. Their most … more
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