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I feel it necessary to point out not only the bias demonstrated in Thomas Brown’s letter regarding President Trump’s handling of the present pandemic, but also his regrettable … more
According to your website, “East Bay Newspapers encourages all citizens to comment publicly on the events and times in which we live. We will print any letter sent to us, adhering to guidelines … more
In addition to the great public schools we have here in Bristol and all the hard work the teachers are putting in for the students, I wanted to take a minute to also recognize Our Lady of Mt. Carmel … more
We are in troublesome and surely very uncertain times.  But in Bristol we have something always to be happy for, and perpetually certain about. Our trees! Tomorrow is Arbor Day — a day … more
May you live in interesting times. It’s a saying that was meant to be ironic or a curse. For you see, to live in uninteresting times, while boring, they are usually times of peace and … more
Well, it was a good laugh. The closing sentence in the letter titled "Thankfully our Presidential Leadership gives us hope” states that we should all have a little love, compassion and kindness … more
When Goglia’s market closes its doors, Bristol won’t lose just a great neighborhood market, it will lose an institution. No other place shares its one-of-a-kind character. Built by … more
The 50th anniversary of Earth Day is April 22. It is a time to think about how important our environment is to us and our future generations. It is also a time to reflect on our individual … more
Emotions run high these days, with most people quarantining at home, many worrying about loved ones, far too many wondering how they will pay their bills, and no one knowing when and how there will … more
To Bristol Town Councilors: My name is Kristen Quinn and I am a longtime Bristol resident and an employee of the Rogers Free Library. I will get right to the point: I ask you to reconsider your … more
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