Letters to the Editor
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As one of those Baby Boomers tired of getting beat up about the bad things I supposedly did, I am happy to put my support behind an important project like this. Sure my taxes will go up a little, but won’t it be worth it? more
After we raze it, do we really need to build another high school? more
My point is simply this: The building problems and environmental problems of the existing High School can probably be completely resolved for an investment of about $30 million to $40 million. more
To the editor: From time immemorial, the Jewish people have endured countless atrocities - from the oppressive rule of Pharaoh, the wickedness of Haman, the horrors perpetrated by Hitler, and … more
Once upon a Time the Bristol Phoenix lamented the poor school kids whose parents could not afford to pay for school lunches...Now this same School Board is greasing the wheels to force the good taxpayers of Bristol and Warren to shoulder the costs of $200 million dollar education bond. more
These facts are hugely important to the most common objection voiced to the Chestnut Street site. From what I now understand, not only shouldn’t wetlands impact be a primary concern there, the proposed mitigation should be considered a positive.  more
All three are now charged with returning with polished proposals for the Memorial sculpture with drawings, a budget of costs, and a 3D model, each receiving an honorarium of $1,000 to support their time and further creative work. more
There is a resource available in hundreds of languages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week that provides immediate help for those experiencing substance use disorder, thoughts of suicide, mental health crises, and emotional distress – the 988 Lifeline. more
As Hurricane Lee passed by this weekend, it left behind a variety of trees that have been uprooted or completely fallen as a result of the wind. Trees are the stalwarts of our New England landscape, … more
We would like to thank the members of The Bristol Warren School Building Committee for your tireless efforts and the personal sacrifices you have been making to help our students and community. more
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