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The Town of Barrington’s treatment of two residents trying to understand a massive change in tax policy should be upsetting to anyone who lives here or owns property here. Charlie Payne and … more
The typical reaction composed by our press and public figures focuses on the “shooting” side of “school shooting.” But no attention is made to the environment that the … more
To the editor: The new school year has arrived, and the rubber has hit the road in terms of Barrington's early start time initiative.   Wait…it’s a later start you say? That … more
To the editor: We live in a wonderful town. A quick perusal of our recent paper informs us about the “stellar reviews” of the Nayatt Road paving project, a research study about … more
To the editor: In last week's letter to the editor "Editorial about Palmer Pointe was all wrong", housing board member Chris Brady tries to convince residents that affordable housing developers in … more
To the editor: On Friday, Sept. 27 approximately 75 young men and women from town came and helped us unload around three thousand pumpkins at St. John’s Episcopal Church. We asked for help … more
To the editor: Whether it's talk of the Green New Deal or commentary on rising sea levels, we hear quite often and quite loudly the dire situation of climate change. In the wake of the worldwide … more
On Sunday, Sept. 22, a few hundred people took part in the Autism Society of Rhode Island/Groden Center 17th Annual “In Step for Autism” walk and family fun day, which for the last several years … more
To the editor: As a 20-plus year Barrington resident and member of the town’s affordable housing trust board, I must challenge the editorial condemning the Palmer Pointe development as an … more
At the risk of sounding redundant, we once again implore the Bristol County Water Authority to stop dismantling a freshwater supply that served this region for more than a century. They won’t … more
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