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To the editor: I have lived in town for over 31 years and for most of that time had a favorable impression of the BUVC, the Barrington United Veterans Council, and I knew that the group had … more
To the editor: The proposed 2022-2023 school budget was presented to the Barrington School Committee on Thursday, April 28. While I am certain much time and planning went into developing this … more
To the editor: I feel obliged to clarify facts in response to Josh Bickford’s April 27 editorial about the 8 reasons to reject the Haines Park plan. The two proposed fields at Haines park … more
To the editor: Town Hall's flagpole fetish fortunately is ending. In 2020 the Town Council adopted a blatantly discriminatory, unconstitutional policy of allowing private flags on the town … more
To the editor: The Portsmouth Town Council has decided to slam the door on further discussion of the Portsmouth pension plan. The Portsmouth Concerned Citizens request for an agenda item about the … more
I was not among those jumping for joy when a federal court judge struck down the mask mandate on the basis that the CDC had no authority to require masks on folks using modes of public … more
Editor's note: This is a second in a series of articles commemorating this year's 150th anniversary of the Acoaxet Chapel Association. By Neil Timpson From 1840 on, neighbors in Acoaxet, then a … more
To the editor: Liberty, in common usage, means “freedom from arbitrary or despotic government or control.” Thankfully, because of our constitution, we have a system of laws to protect … more
To the editor: This letter is in response to Will Newman's letter of April 7, titled "Not hard to see who scorns woman in America." Mr. Newman forgets about the Democratic senator … more
To the editor: We write as your neighbors on Oliver Lane, Little Compton, to correct several factual errors in the recent article headlined “Public Stay Away?” in the April 7 Sakonnet … more
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