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To the editor: I’ve lived in Barrington for 28 years and until now have never had reason to reach out to my community for help. I lost my little dog, Tilly Pearl recently and am astounded by … more
To the editor: In response to: Should the next town manager be a Barrington resident? The next town manager should absolutely live in the town of Barrington. It would be understandable that … more
For the people who are not familiar with Congregational Street, it is a narrow, one-way street connecting Wood and High streets. Negotiating and parking has always been an adventure that usually … more
If you as an American ever wondered how a people as intelligent, empirical and rational as the Germans of the 1930s and ’40s allowed themselves to be divided, create classes of sub-humans, then … more
Best month of the year in New England? While July gets a lot of love, and September is a favorite for many, October should be in everyone’s top-three. Consider the opportunities in the next … more
To the editor: Every child deserves to go to a school that is warm, safe, dry, and equipped for 21st century learning. In 2018, I worked with the General Assembly and Gov. … more
To the editor: The Nov. 2, 2021 Portsmouth special election will have a question about authorizing the Town Council to transfer 5.2 acres of town property known as the Ann Hutchinson … more
To the editor: Portsmouth voters, do not be fooled again. Ballot Question 2 is about transferring ownership of valuable and limited town owned property (five acres, ballfields, and Anne Hutchinson … more
To the editor: Call in the Marines! Big thanks to 22 (count ‘em!) Marine volunteers from the Naval Justice School who appeared on Saturday, Sept. 25, to help with the Portsmouth Dog … more
To the editor: Portsmouth voters are being asked to approve a $21 million school load. That is a substantial movement in the right direction from the $66 million loan proposed last year, but … more
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