Letters to the Editor
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It’s easy to miss the good news about the Bristol Warren schools these days. The constant turmoil from our school committee leadership is in the headlines again, giving our district another … more
Here we are. Again. It’s a good thing Bristol Warren Regional School Committee meetings are not entertaining enough for the majority of Bristol Warren students, because the kids should not … more
An act of kindness and generosity by six sophomore Roger Williams University students proves there is hope for our younger generation. Last Sunday, Arthur Medeiros and I were having breakfast at … more
This is in response to the Sept. 30 Speak Out call, “Open the Senior Center.” I am a senior who volunteers for the Benjamin Church Senior Center’s lunch program — first in … more
Last week’s you featured a story about how our town's police department is attempting to incentivize officers in order to combat the problem of recruitment and retention of personnel, which is … 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
Even though we know the days are getting shorter, we can imagine it is still summer when we see roses and our annuals and pretend not to see those poor clipped chrysanthemums. I had … more
To the editor:The very first thing I would do when the Sakonnet Times arrived was to go to Arlene Violet's column. If there was not one in that edition I felt cheated, something very important was … more
White Privilege may filter Stephan Brigidi’s view of the world, but it is presumptuous for him to use the word “our” to describe what is not a universal condition. … more
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