Letters to the Editor
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To the editor:I didn’t expect any nays from the Bristol Town Council over the Port Marker. After all, an Independent or a Republican aping the nearest observable progressive is what … more
To the editor: We the Bristol Committee for the Middle Passage Port Markers Project wish to thank the Town Council for graciously receiving us and approving selected site for the Slavery Memorial … more
To the editor:One has to feel for the citizens of the sunshine state, et.al., who have had their lives ripped apart by hurricane Ian this week. At the same time you can only feel distain for … more
To the editor:I would like to commend the East Providence Post for the high degree of editorial bravery displayed in your call to divert a higher amount of tax dollars from the general fund towards … more
To the editor:Back in the spring I expressed my concerns in a letter to the editor regarding the low pay, personnel shortage, and reliance on mutual aid from surrounding towns regarding our fire … more
To the editor: In August of this year, my home was struck by lightning, causing it to be on fire.I wasn’t aware of the fire until a neighbors, Alisa Travers and Zackery Anderson, came … more
To the editor: Walking into the small room on the first floor of the library to a full house reminded me how much I have missed the free to all Bosworth Lecture Series.I have had the pleasure of … more
To the editor: Regarding the ACLU Op-Ed by Steven Brown and Hannah Stern in the September 8 edition of the Phoenix, I have to ask, what part of privacy do they feel is being violated in a public … more
To the editor: I very much appreciate the lovely article written by Christy Nadalin “Cracked safe finds family treasures” in the Sept. 8, 2022 issue of the Bristol Phoenix.But one … more
To the editor: The East Bay Food Pantry and Thrift Shop (EBFP) would like to thank the many Thrift Shop donors who continue to provide high-quality items for our store. Sales of these donated … more
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