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Three men are expected to be arrested for their role in an altercation that involved pepper spray and a non-lethal CO2 gun. more
An application for a demolition permit is currently in process for a beloved, 1845 Gothic Revival home. more
To the editor: When Peter Hewett invokes “MAGA” and claims “it is difficult to comprehend how anyone could possibly find fault with this acronym”, he displays the myopic … more
To the editor: Thomas Paine, the often quoted colonial newsman, once wrote, “If you are afraid to offend, you can't be honest.” Hospitals across the river and the Washington Bridge … more
To the editor: The League of Women Voters of Rhode Island would like to thank the candidates who participated and citizens who sent in questions for our forums in Bristol, Warren, Barrington and … more
To the editor: It’s interesting to watch the range of reactions to the apparently hate-motivated shooting of five at the “Club Q” in Colorado Springs on the eve of the … more
To the editor: Dear Mr. and Mrs. Killion, I am writing to ask you to please reconsider your decision to demolish the Gothic Revival Cottage at 135 Ferry Road. I understand the reasons—the … more
Some school committee members were not aware of the agreement allowing Bristol school resources officers to use the cameras in schools until very recently. more
Suicide prevention advocates say that progress is not happening fast enough on a measure to prevent suicides from Rhode Island's prominent bridges. more
To the editor: In response to a letter authored by representatives from nearly 10 organizations in the Nov. 10 Phoenix, “Body-worn cameras don’t belong in schools,” I say — … more
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