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To the editor:At the July 11 meeting, the Portsmouth Town Council voted 7-0 to rescind their approval of the pilot program to place Automated License Plate Readers at the approaches to the Mt. Hope … more
To the editor:I miss my town. And surely there are many like me who have experienced this same feeling after moving away from such a wonderful place.After graduating from BHS in 1987, I went directly … more
To the editor:Recently a Black Lives Matter mural, with Marxist clenched fists, was painted on an inside wall in a courtyard at Mt. Hope High School.To put up such a politically charged mural, … more
To the editor: At the July 11 meeting, the Portsmouth Town Council voted 7-0 to rescind their approval of the pilot program to place Automated License Plate Readers at the approaches to the Mt. … more
To the editor: Only once has Mike Pence stood up to Donald Trump and that was a political calculation rather than a courageous response. Pence’s silence during the Trump presidency, and … more
This legislative year the Rhode Island General Assembly agreed to allow the issuance of driver’s permits/licenses for undocumented immigrants who can prove they have income and income tax … more
I've never been much for parades or overt patriotism, but then I went to my first Bristol 4th of July Celebration. more
To the editor:I would like to send a special thank you to the Town officials of Bristol, Bristol Police Department, Bristol Fire Department, Department of Public Works and paramedics for assisting … more
To the editor:The 237th Fourth of July celebration has come to a close here in Bristol and the longest continuous run remains a part of our history.  But too often we take things for granted. We … more
To the editor:Well, we just completed another year, 237 celebrations under our collective belt, and we are already looking at number 238. What are we going to do to make it better, last longer (in … more
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