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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
Certainly, there is a constellation of issues which surround the question of what to do about panhandling. Two legislators have proposed “solutions” which are so over the top that the … more
Did you think you might have sleep apnea but haven’t had it checked? For some, it’s an unwillingness to take part in a sleep study. For most, it’s the inevitable prescribed … 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
To the editor: In the Dec. 8 edition of the Bristol Phoenix, the front page story and editorial provided a good synopsis of the proposed construction of a Dunkin’ Donuts in Gooding … more
Red Sox fans remember well the excitement surrounding Pablo “Panda” Sandoval’s arrival in 2015 as well as the disappointment we felt when he emerged bigger and slower to start the … more
To the editor: I want to send out a sincere thank-you to the many local businesses and individuals who supported our Rotary Club Comedy Show this year. Their donations for our live auction, their … more
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