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A thread of meaning to the whole coronavirus affair is overlooked. Some people perhaps think that the board members of Pfizer and Moderna and the CDC are angelic figures who always keep foremost in … more
To the editor: Let’s face it, it’s been tough all over for many people for many different reasons.  While there are many difficulties in the world, there is also a lot of good in … more
To the editor, The Portsmouth town government has embarked on an all-out attempt to crush the freedom of speech of one of its citizens. This process is now in the courts and should the town … more
To the editor: Vaccine for Covid 19, 80 doses, given to town by the state. Total lack of planning at the state level. What had the state officials been doing the past 12 months just to dump the … more
To the editor: Talk about screw-ups! The one with Covid-19 vaccine for senior citizens at town hall on Friday was the blunder of blunders. An email was promulgated by the Peck Center for Adult … more
To the editor: The inexcusably chaotic initial rollout of a limited supply of doses of Covid vaccine to the citizens of Barrington has been unnecessarily frustrating and anxiety provoking, and … more
To the editor: This March we are asked to vote on the same old referendum items, with emphasis on the University of Rhode Island (URI) and cultural arts and nothing for the senior citizens of … more
Very little is certain about fundamental change with the advent of Joseph Biden’s presidency. Just about the only prediction is that he will face substantial obstacles. Sweeping reforms may be … more
To the editor: If one were asked to provide an example to illustrate the words “asinine” and “ludicrous,” he or she would have to look no further than Barrington’s … more
It certainly has not gone un-noticed that “The Donald” has called down a full panoply of ancient plagues on his own head. It is not only the Jews who recognize this, since there are many … more
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