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To the editor: If Mr. Voutes (“Blown away by gas-powered lawn equipment” letter, May 19) seeks solitude and improved health by the elimination of internal combustion engines (ICE) he's … more
To the editor: The Town of Barrington passed a highly contested vote, by one at last year’s Financial Town Meeting (FTM) to purchase the former Carmelite Monastery at 25 Watson Ave, under … more
To the editor: I would like to publicly voice my thoughts on the future of the Carmelite Monastery, located at 25 Watson Avenue. I hope many of you will join me in voting ‘NO’ to the … more
To the editor: As a frequent visitor to the athletic fields at the new middle school, I wonder if I am the only resident appalled at the complete lack of a bathroom facility for the numerous … more
To the editor: Well, your school district has now gotten its deserved "10 minutes of fame" on FOX News, America's news source. When I first saw/heard today's Barrington episode, I figured they … more
To the editor: As neighbor of the monastery, I am very concerned about giving the town council the ability to demolish this building given the unnecessary and potentially devastating risks that … more
One in four households with children in Rhode Island are food insecure, meaning they struggle to afford adequate food. more
The essence of the Yarn Mill project is not how many, but what and who. What type of apartments will these be? Who will be renting them? There are two bad scenarios for Bristol... more
To the editor:The Rhode Island Office of Management and Budget produced an analysis on March 24 claiming the state of RI could potentially save $5.4 million a year in taxpayer dollars if we allow … more
To the editor:From what I have seen over the years, there is no shame left in some of the hearts of the left. Do you still smile when you see a newborn baby? What a beautiful creation it is! Do you … more
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