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You must wear it in shopping malls. You must wear it in libraries. You must wear it six feet apart, in lines, with your nose and mouth covered. At first we were told it did nothing to prevent the … more
As municipal design projects go, the effort to design a new bike route through Bristol is about as good as it gets. Paid for by state government, the process has been thorough and deliberate, with … more
After careful deliberation, a majority of Bristol’s Town Council voted not to sanction the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee (DEIC) as an arm of the government, as one proponent labeled … more
To the editor: In this time and age pretty much the thing to do is pay your bills online. Where many are free, some charge you a nominal fee of $4 or $5. I was appalled that Warren charges $36 … more
Warren's new Metacom Avenue Corridor Plan, which endorses extraordinary zoning change upon the tired and ugly commercial corridor, is a big step for Warren — if it is ultimately approved by the … more
As stated in the Town’s approved Comprehensive Plan, creating safe bicycle connections and sidewalks is a priority of the Town. Thanks to Rhode Island voters approving a Green Economy Bond, … more
Rhode Island designated High Street as one of the state’s Scenic Roadways. The Town’s 2016 Comprehensive Plan vision was to retain Bristol’s small town character and natural beauty. … more
The letter “Regime Change is Reminiscent of the Old Testament” (Jan. 28) reminded me of my mother’s advice not to talk about religion (or money or politics) with … more
To the editor: Venturing out over crusty, slippery snow to fill the bird feeder was something I wasn’t willing to do so a kind friend has been filling it on Mondays and … more
It’s been quite a week for the Town of Barrington, beginning with the stumbling missteps of the Covid-19 vaccination rollout and ending with a six-hour-plus Town Council meeting so unwieldy it … more
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