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I am responding to the article in regards to the trash bins and the size that some find unwieldy. Personally, I do not struggle to move the bins, although I know there are certainly those who … more
Time out! Enough is enough.  A free exchange and debate of ideas is healthy and good for democracy. But now the line has been crossed.  The hateful letter written by Zachary Cooper, … more
I am responding to a letter, “Shameful and divisive, ‘Citizens’ deny police racism exists.” As Marianne Bergenholtz stated in her letter, her comments were based on … more
It seems my simple inquiry into the makeup and goals of the “Bristol County Concerned Citizens” group prompted quite a reaction, but sadly not much of a response. It’s … more
Apparently the Conservatives like to make it personal, as in the case of Mr. Zachary Cooper — throwing pot shots at those he disagrees with. Mr. Cooper, you are as brave as Will Nardi, the … more
Given the Black Lives Matter brand placement over Bristol Town Hall and Gov. Gina Raimondo’s executive amputation of “and Providence Plantations,” let’s ditch Bristol’s … more
While Rhode Island’s assisted living facilities continue working to protect our residents, support our staff, and find a “new normal” during the COVID-19 crisis, we have been met by … more
For many years I have been a subscriber and reader of the Phoenix, and in my opinion, last week’s issue was the finest in the history of the newspaper. My admiration was not for the stories, … more
I would like to answer a letter placed in the Bristol Phoenix on July 9 by Lisa Peterson (Who are these ‘Citizens’? Bristol voters deserve answers). We rent the VFW building to a wide … more
I would like to respond to a letter to the editor dated July 9, titled “Who are these ‘Citizens’? Bristol voters deserve answers.” First, the VFW is writing their own … more
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