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To the editor: I recently viewed the videotape of the most recent town council meeting, which was dominated by discussion of the proposal to construct a monument honoring the lives of the … more
To the editor: This past year has been a difficult one for the Bristol Warren School District and the surrounding community. While the signatories of this letter may not stand on the same side of all … more
To the editor: “Burden” is one of those words that no matter how you spin it, its burden is that it carries a negative shading. No one ever speaks positively of their burdens. In a recent … more
To the editor: Most of us recall the original flag pole location on the lawn in front of town hall; surrounded by grass. Then it was relocated to the corner of town hall, next to a memorial … more
What if we were more comfortable sharing our thoughts and wishes about what would matter to us towards the end of our lives? What if we were more informed about what to expect if we were seriously … more
We live in contentious times. According to a 2020 study by the National Bureau of Economic Research, political polarization among Americans has grown rapidly during the last 40 years. … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: If you want people to get politically engaged, hit them in the pocketbook. The rising cost of gas is a case in point, since it registers as a tangible connection to faraway events … more
To the editor: Last night the town council voted to remove the honor of running the annual Memorial Day Parade from the Barrington United Veterans Council (BUVC). No explanation was given. … more
To the editor:   The political conflict we have been consumed by in the United States is becoming understood by many as a planned tactic to “soften” the American people. The … more
To the editor: I would like to thank the Barrington School Committee for unanimously voting to pass a Secure Firearm Storage Resolution back in early February. Passage of this resolution comes … more
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