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Bristolians should be proud that they had the integrity to reject Question 1 and keep “Providence Plantations.” Our district representatives (so-called) had better sit up and take notice … more
On Saturday, Nov. 14, I called the R.I. Department of Environmental Management. I was deeply concerned about a fox in our neighborhood that was in extreme distress. He had lost his fur, and … more
First, regarding “Speakout” criticism of pre-election editorial in support of Joe Biden, I too felt it was entirely one-sided in its assertion of Biden’s character, integrity, and … more
It was interesting to watch the Bristol election season unfold from afar, with all the back and forth between the progressive local Democrat Party and this new group of Bristol County Concerned … more
The League of Women Voters of R.I. (LWVRI), its Board, local Leagues and our members acknowledge how during these extraordinary times, Rhode Island’s election was well-run and secure. The … more
To the editor: Which office do I go to get my reputation back? That was the famous quote of President Reagan’s secretary of labor, Ray Donovan, when charges against him were dismissed. I … more
Several years ago the clinical and medical worlds stopped labeling people ‘autistic’ and began labeling them with ‘autism spectrum disorder.’ The change signified a deeper … more
Election‎ Day‎ 2020 — A‎ day‎ that‎ will‎ live‎ in‎ infamy.‎ Wanting‎ to‎ avoid‎ the‎ big‎ crowds‎ I‎ decided‎ to‎ … more
To the editor: Sometimes unusual events call for unusual actions. Tap-In now finds itself in such a circumstance. In the past, at this time of the year, the generous Barrington community has … more
In last week’s edition of the Phoenix there was an article which contained interviews with various local candidates and their belief that Bristol voters cast their ballots for more … more
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