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To the editor: Aidan Graham will surely be missed by the people of Bristol. Two years ago, Aidan reached out to Michele Martins, who was the General Chairman of the Bristol Fourth of July … more
To the editor: I read the letters in the March 9 issue which referenced Robert Botehlo’s proposal presented at the March 1, 2023 Town Council meeting. I went to the Town website and watched … more
To the editor:I would like to take a moment to thank all the Ward 4 residents who joined myself, Mayor DaSilva and Council President Rodericks in discussing projects happening in Riverside and … more
To the editor:Last week’s Post (March 2, 2023 edition) featured an article about Mayor DaSilva’s proposed community center, accompanied by an architectural rendering of this 61,000-sf … more
A package of 14 housing bill may be a boon to private developers, but without further legislative action it is unlikely to result in helping those most in need of housing in the state. more
To the editor:Do you know Michael Briggs? Well, you should! He is Warren’s animal control officer, and he does a fantastic job. My dog was attacked by a dog three times her size. My dog … more
I believe a recent Barrington recreation survey is a scathing indictment of the town’s recreational facilities and a desperate plea for government action. I don’t know how anyone who took … more
To the editor: I read with interest the Times article in which the town provides an energy program to compete with Rhode Island Energy. The story offers the town’s program as the … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: With Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos having announced a run in CD1, the race to succeed U.S. Rep. David Cicilline is approaching a more active phase. All eyes are on House Speaker Joe … more
To the editor: The well-scripted and choreographed Kabuki theater at the House Judiciary Committee hearing March 6 for House Bills 5006, 5047, and 5228 was disheartening. Repetitious, … more
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