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Congratulations to Michele Martins and Parade Chairman Chuck MacDonough for a superb July 4th Parade this year. Coming out of covid, it’s just what we needed. I’ve seen most in my 75 … more
A few weeks ago I wrote a letter to the editor, my first in a long time. I thought it was important to do my small part to weigh-in on the local diatribe regarding critical race theory and its first … more
We are writing today to respectfully request that our colleagues on the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee reconsider their decision to hold the first day of class on the Jewish holiday of Rosh … more
In his last letter, Stephan Brigidi shared (in both the Phoenix and Providence Journal) his impressions of Juneteenth at Linden Place, where a “slave medallion” was installed. Although … more
Bristol’s 236th Fourth of July celebration is now part of history, but the memories will last a lifetime! As chief marshals of this year’s celebration, the feeling of pride and honor … more
I am outraged that the Bristol Warren Regional School District would even consider beginning the school year on Sept. 7, which is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. In the … more
Dear members of the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee, I am writing to express my dismay about the refusal of the committee to take up a discussion to consider changing the opening date for … more
How can our town be so patriot, celebrate our country’s birthday with a wonder Fourth of July celebration, sit side-by-side with thousands of citizens, then turn around on July 5th and tolerate … more
Last week I read that the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee has put out a clear notice that no Jews are welcome in the local schools. What else could it mean when the school board … more
On behalf of the Commissioners of The Cemeteries of Bristol, who are responsible for The North and East Burial Grounds, I would like to publicly thank and acknowledge Bill Chittick for the truly … more
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