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To the editor: I have always loved fall, the leaves, fire pits, the chill, and football.    I doubt most folks realize that 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Barrington Pop Warner … more
To the editor: On behalf of the Barrington Economic Development Commission, we continue to encourage Barrington’s local businesses to take advantage of the resources available to help during … more
In his letter to the editor in the Oct. 22 issue, “Look at everything the Diversity group can accomplish,” Zachary Cooper attempts to poke fun at the concept of a Diversity, Equity and … more
As a lifelong Bristolian, I’ve always found it interesting how many Bristol residents barely leave the town or the state, and look at the world through a very narrow lens, especially when it … more
To the editor: As next week’s election nears, I look forward to the opportunity to work with a new Council. All three members whose terms are up will be leaving the Council, ensuring that … more
I must confess that I have little patience with folks who minimize the impact of the Coronavirus. Recently, President Donald Trump had a meltdown when he attacked Dr. Anthony Fauci, the … more
Your November election editorial, “Restore the soul of America,” concentrates on style but not on substance. President Donald Trump had been spied on by a cabal originating with Hillary, … more
To the editor: Barrington’s Town Council is not listening. There has been a lot of talking and perhaps some “hearing” of sounds that are coming from the community, but there … more
To the editor: There are five local ballot questions put to Barrington voters this year. All would change the town charter. The specific language of the change is accompanied by a brief … more
History is constantly evolving, with new interpretations and meanings arising from any particular historic event. The official name of our state, with the choice word “plantations” is on … more
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