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To the editor: The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations is considering dropping the “and Providence Plantations” part of its name. I grew up in Barrington, an almost … more
Minutes after approving a controversial request to fly a first-responders flag for two weeks over Independence Park, the Bristol Town Council voted unanimously to approve a newly-devised flag policy … more
Peter Hewett’s letter in the June 18 Phoenix (“Of Course black lives matter ….”), and other recent related events, compel a rational, factual response. Mr. Hewett … more
The Bristol Fourth of July Interfaith Service takes place at 4 p.m. on Friday, July 3. The Interfaith Service brings together the clergy from Bristol’s houses of worship in a patriotic, … more
I, for one, am glad to see that the governor is removing “Providence Plantations” from state stationery paychecks, etc. Yes, I am aware that its initial history had nothing to do with … more
Richard P. D’Addario of Tiverton has been elected president of the Rhode Island Bar Association. His term runs from July 1 of this year through June 30, 2021. Mr. D'Addzrio is a solo … more
Posed with a simple question, Barrington Town Council member Kate Weymouth had a direct answer. The question: If you could do it all again, would you still serve on the town council? Her … more
Think you can cook? Now’s the chance to have one of your family’s signature recipes appear on the menu at one of Warren’s most popular restaurants, Eli’s Kitchen. Eli Dunn … more
Family and friends are respectfully invited to a service to honor the life of John A. Buonanno of Bristol, R.I. The service will be held Thursday, July 16, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Smith Funeral & … more
The group that will be raising a first-responders flag over Independence Park in Bristol on Friday morning will not be marching or holding a rally.  Though their initial plan, as announced last … more
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