Letters to the Editor
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Bristol has new decision makers, and thus a new era begins. A new year is upon us; what will you do with our town? Will you keep on keeping on, and toe the line of the status quo? Will you dare to be … more
To the editor: I read with much interest about the article that Barrington is the safest place for pedestrians and that for 56 years they have not had a pedestrian fatality in all that time. … more
To the editor: To the anonymous person concerned with our ‘malnourished’ greyhound: He is 12 years old and has bone cancer. We have spent thousands of dollars in vet bills, medications, … more
To the editor: After watching the Town Council meeting from Jan 19, I had to respond to comments made by councilors. Councilor De Medeiros stated the previous council only tried to save … more
Well, just in time for this blessed Christmas season, St. Mary’s Cemetery has put up signs all over the place, effective Dec. 1, and I quote, “Notice is hereby given that any and all … more
To the editor:We have all heard (or read) “The Merchants of Venice,” but did you know that Warren had its own “Merchant of Water Street,” aka Gary Wagenbach, who owned … more
A follow-up call on 19 Catherine Street. I called a few weeks back about THE MESS, THE TRASH, THE WEEDS growing up on the sidewalk. Nothing’s been done. The trash is still out front for days at … more
To the editor: Did the organizers of the yoga pants demonstration/parade hurt Hillary Clinton's chances to become history's first female President of the United States?  Unfortunately, the … more
To the editor, As the long shadow cast by the setting sun beckons the end of the day, so too does the results in national elections predict sensible change coming to the old power structure. The … more
Bristol is on its way to becoming a “Rhode Island Energy Champion” and we need your continued help. Earlier this year the Bristol Town Council passed a resolution committing our town … more
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