Letters to the Editor
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Kudos to our Zoning Board for seeing through the flim-flam reasoning behind the ‘Belvedere at Thames St.’ project. As dissenting members of the Planning Board and Historic District … more
The recent proposal to extend Wood Street to Chestnut Street, a spinoff from the Silver Creek Bridge Project, would be a disaster for the town. It would funnel traffic from Metacom through the quiet … more
Your editorial criticizes the Democratic Town Committee for “boasting” about the role of local Democrats in helping to pass House bill H5171B, which extended the statute of … more
The reporting about David Barboza and his alleged pattern of sexual abuse of children, painstakingly written by Amanda Milkovitz in the Boston Globe, was earth-shattering. It took my breath away and … more
To the editor: It is pretty clear that serious Enterococci pollution is coming from the DEM Marsh/Pond culvert. This has the potential to contaminate seafood landed at the Little Compton town dock … more
To the editor: Over the last three weeks, Saints Matthew and Mark Episcopal Church has led an interfaith drive to raise money for families in turmoil at the southern border. Eleven other … more
To the editor: We would like to thank everyone who helped with our Annual Book Sale on Saturday, August 3. We appreciate all the hard work of our volunteers who helped move books on Friday, the … more
To the editor: On behalf of Family Pet Advocates, I would like to thank all of the area artists and artisans, local businesses, authors and musicians, volunteers and attendees who contributed to … more
The Bristol community sponsors throughout the year a number of concerts and events, like the Fourth of July Parade, for the benefit of local residents and visitors. Press coverage and letters to the … more
After reading the two lengthy articles in the Phoenix and Boston Globe regarding numerous allegations against a well known local “civic leader,” I was angered, but not at all surprised. … more
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