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To the editor: Please vote in the June 2 Rhode Island presidential primary election despite COVID-19. If you have requested a mail-in ballot, it should be arriving soon. Be sure to mail it back so … more
On Sunday, May 10, Mothers’ Day, Bristol’s Arthur Medeiros celebrated his 100th birthday. His many friends and family members organized a motorcade, including by one person’s … more
I often find myself, in memory, walking by the Phoenix office, Tuplin’s garage, the ice house, Franklin Street Garage, Frank Rainey’s Plumbing Shop, on my way home from school. I recall … more
When the world changed in March 2020 due to Covid 19, and our communities were shut down to shelter in place and socially distance, we started a campaign with two goals — support our struggling … more
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, I have observed the Bristol police report becoming  larger every week, with the majority of incidents being so called “concerned citizens” … more
To the editor: What is this new virus I’m hearing about? If its origin is funny, it’s from China, no doubt. Mutate and incubate are terms scientific, Precisely what makes … more
Residents across Warren, and Bristol as well, should keep a wary eye on a proposed affordable housing development along the Kickemuit Reservoir. With plans to build 108 apartments in dual, four-story … more
President Obama’s Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel believed that a crisis was an opportunity to do things that you once thought were impossible. We are facing a pandemic of historic proportions, … more
To the editor: A Twin River billboard on I-195 captures the irony of the age. “Let’s all come together. Stay home. Stay safe.” How do we come together when we are practicing … more
Letters have appeared recently that appear to seek to shield the president from any responsibility for the fact that with just over 4 percent of the Earth’s population, we have about one-third … more
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