Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The Mt. Hope Bridge is a classic. She is beautiful by day and beautiful by night.  But there are even more beautiful lights at night than hers.  We call those lights … more
Kudos to our Zoning Board for seeing through the flim-flam reasoning behind the ‘Belvedere at Thames St.’ project. As dissenting members of the Planning Board and Historic District … more
The recent proposal to extend Wood Street to Chestnut Street, a spinoff from the Silver Creek Bridge Project, would be a disaster for the town. It would funnel traffic from Metacom through the quiet … more
Your editorial criticizes the Democratic Town Committee for “boasting” about the role of local Democrats in helping to pass House bill H5171B, which extended the statute of … more
The reporting about David Barboza and his alleged pattern of sexual abuse of children, painstakingly written by Amanda Milkovitz in the Boston Globe, was earth-shattering. It took my breath away and … more
The Bristol community sponsors throughout the year a number of concerts and events, like the Fourth of July Parade, for the benefit of local residents and visitors. Press coverage and letters to the … more
After reading the two lengthy articles in the Phoenix and Boston Globe regarding numerous allegations against a well known local “civic leader,” I was angered, but not at all surprised. … more
To the editor: For over a year now my heart has ached thinking about the people, especially the children, being held in detention camps in El Paso, my hometown. I’ve prayed, cried, contacted … more
The Town of Bristol is partnering with Clean Ocean Access as part of their multi-year project, “Healthy Soils, Healthy Seas Rhode Island.” The project is funded by 11th Hour Racing, and … more
My response is in regards to your article about the councilors who would like to enforce the 5 a.m. setup rule for the parade. Perhaps next year, they should go around themselves at 1, 2, 3 or 4 a.m. … more
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