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The Providence Water Supply Board wants to raise water rates 20 percent. The Bristol County Water Authority wants to end a century-old contract for water. Are they related? Yes. Does anyone care? Not … more
It’s time to state what should be obvious to all. It is time for Bristol’s voters who value tradition and common sense to wake up and make the effort needed to know your candidates and … more
Well, here we are. First, it’s reported that Trump called his assembled Joint Chiefs “babies and dopes” and said they couldn’t win wars anymore. Next we hear from multiple … more
“Can we all just get along?” This quote was uttered by Rodney King after several days of death and destruction amid the 1992 Los Angeles riots. All of this chaos was precipitated by a … more
Last week, Democratic Town Committee Chm. Erich Haslehurst and State Rep. Susan Donovan gave their responses to allegations made in the “Speak Out” column—proven true—that … more
As the battle between the liberal progressives and the conservatives continues in our town, the latest round has centered around the Speakout section of the Phoenix, and while I agree and sympathize … more
Daily I hear citizens complaining about America’s ills and flaws, so I researched the benefits and advantages we enjoy here in the U.S. that others all over the world envy. The American news … more
How humbling it is to be told that others are more concerned about the well being of our citizenry and our little Oceanside hamlet than the rest of us. The Bristol County Concerned Citizens seem to … more
What do Vince Lombardi and Arturo Toscanini have in common? Lombardi was the revered football coach and Toscanini the great orchestra conductor. If you had attended their practice sessions and listen … more
Perhaps I should express my appreciation to Stephan Brigidi for pointing out to the citizens group in his Aug. 27 letter where they should be focusing their energies and interest and where they … more
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