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Rich and poor. Old and young. Brilliant and simple. Mighty and meek. All manner of people share the same ultimate fate.  As a lifelong bedside Registered Nurse, I have seen the emotional and … more
To the editor: Food for thought: Total cost (principal and fees and interest) of the recently approved seven state bonds: $642 million. 2021 total Rhode Island bond obligations is … more
By Bob Rulli After an unintentional hiatus, I am happy to report that I will be continuing my Around Town submissions every two weeks moving forward. If there are questions you would like … more
To the editor: The Warren Testing program is excited to commence its sixth year this spring. Established in 2016 by Julie Blount and Steve Thompson, the project’s objective is to monitor the … more
To the editor: Dennis August Almeida wrote a letter to the editor mentioning that a visiting friend “commented on how shabby the Town Hall looked, with its fading and peeling paint and … more
To the editor: As an adjunct to the letter from John McDaid (March 11, 2021) about the lack of reliable internet service, I wonder why the East Bay has been bypassed by Verizon for FIOS internet … more
To the editor: I would like to clear up some inaccuracies in the March 12 Shorelines article on the new school, titled, “Westport school board protests trimmed technology at new … more
To the editor: We are Parents of Note, an organization that supports and advocates for the music programs of Barrington Public Schools. Like many programs, Band and Chorus throughout the district … more
To the editor: Hard to believe the new town council has had three monthly meetings since being sworn in and the all-consuming topic has been a flag policy they created.  Town business as … more
Congressional Republicans are objecting to the $1.9 trillion legislation being pushed by the president and the Democrats to deal with the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic fallout. They … more
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