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This is about Mount Hope Farm. You’re getting TOO BIG FOR YOUR BRITCHES. The citizens of Bristol are not going to relive what was going on up there for a very long time — not letting … more
After a nice long break to celebrate the holidays each year, students and teachers return to the classroom rested, refreshed and ready to power through the rest of the school year. But just as … more
Like jock itch or mosquitos by a campfire, persistent things, like it or not, tend to stay with us. The Dunkin’ Donuts insisting on putting a drive-thru on Hope Street, and throw a … more
To the editor, On the morning of Feb. 23, I rushed to my local Cumbys to grab the weekly edition of the Bristol Phoenix, anxiously awaiting the article on the achievement of the Kickemuit Middle … more
About the gentleman calling about SNIFFING JOINTS IN BRISTOL BARS … I’m sure if your son is in a bar drinking with you, he’s probably smoked or sniffed a joint before. Sorry, but … more
To the editor: Recently, the Bristol Town Council and the Bristol Harbormaster have taken action to reverse 30 years of support for the non-profit sailing schools that operate in Bristol … more
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