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Just as a surgeon is better equipped with a scalpel than a hatchet, granting line-item veto to Rhode Island’s governor would provide a more effective and precise tool for the job at … more
Bristol kicks off its new textile recycling program, the Pink Bag Initiative, on Oct. 29. When I read about this program coming to our area, I knew it would be a win for Bristol. With tipping fees … more
Divided we’ll fall, failing to unite, Unable to bridge the gap, If unity is out of sight.   Shoulders have grown cold, Turned away from progress. Silencing the … more
Sowams School's largest fund-raiser of the year — the Sowams Octoberfest — will take place on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  This year's festival will feature many … more
Question: What is your opinion of school committee meetings — are they open and accessible enough to the public? Patrick McCrann — "Technically, yes. As a frequent attendee and … more
Question: What is your opinion of school committee meetings — are they open and accessible enough to the public? Patrick McCrann — "Technically, yes. As a frequent attendee and … more
Providing quality educational opportunity will be a key focus of my work as a Councilor. The research is unequivocal: education investments deliver invaluable community … more
My fellow Bristolians, a quote most often attributed to one of our nation’s Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson, “That government is best which governs least,” is worthy of further … more
We have been making progress these past few years with our effort to increase recycling and reducing our carbon footprint by implementing LED lighting throughout town. The benefit to these efforts is … more
Rhode Island has one of the highest concentrations of seniors in the country, and the senior population is expected to increase by 100,000 individuals by 2030 (U.S. Census Bureau). According to … more
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