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The town of Bristol is graced with a beautiful urban forest, nurtured over many years, and the town is taking steps to make it even better. Under the guidance of the Bristol Conservation … more
To the editor: Your recent editorial on global warming asserts that Bristol will be inundated when the ocean rises by just short of ten feet by 2100. To support your position, you quote the … more
I’m just reading the Bristol Phoenix from May 25, 2016, and all I keep seeing is that the police keep going on the complaints of different things but they never seem to be there on time to find … more
To the editor: Congratulations to the three girls from Cottage Avenue who successfully petitioned the Portsmouth Town Council to improve traffic safety on their street!  As remaining time … more
I’d like to find out who can help us here on St. Theresa Street. We have MOSQUITO MOATS all on St. Theresa’s, extended out to Butterworth off Metacom Avenue. And it is horrible. … more
Turning to page 1 of East Bay Life and seeing the celebration of Caboret Salon made me smile. It was so nice to see not only a successful business being celebrated in the paper, but a women owned … more
As you well know, Dunkin’ Donuts is requesting a special use permit to build and operate a free-standing restaurant with drive-thru service in the Gooding Plaza between Bank Newport and the … more
EDITOR's NOTE: The following is a guest commentary by former Bristol Town Councilman and Town Administrator Halsey Herreshoff. The Bristol Phoenix of May 18 well described the funding crisis of … more
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