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Once again the Second Amendment has its day, this time in the sanctity of an elementary school. Six innocent lives brutally taken, three of them children. Mentally ill persons occur in all … more
To the editor: Rhode Island’s General Assembly is about to consider a number of bills that can make you and your family less safe. These bills will restrict your firearms ownership, while … more
The town of Bristol has been fortunate throughout the years to have numerous talented and dedicated individuals serving on town boards and committees, with none more talented and … more
To the editor: The Bristol Book Fest 2023 celebrating a communal reading of "The Odyssey" was an absolute delight. Held in the handsome buildings on Hope Street; The Colt School auditorium, … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Former Gov. Gina Raimondo talked a lot about the need to improve workers’ skills while building a more diversified economy. Her successor, Gov. Dan McKee, has emphasized … more
To the editor: The Commissioners of the Cemeteries, and Cemetery Superintendent Enzly Ramsay, are happy to announce their decision to set aside some space this spring for pollinators in both … more
S TORY OF THE WEEK:  Can Rhode Island tax-cut its way to a more appealing business climate? That question has been subject to debate for years and it won’t stop now. For supporters, … more
R hode Island notables surely serve up a potpourri   of decisions for which they should take a bow or offer an apology. 2023 has had some sterling examples of both genius judgments and mistakes. … more
To the editor: Once again this year, the General Assembly is considering bills to clarify one of the oldest and most cherished Rhode Island constitutional rights — the “rights of … more
To the editor: Spring is in the air and Bristol Blooms is ready at the helm for its 11th year of beautifying our historic downtown with blooming flower baskets and festive holiday … more
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