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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: I have lived in Tiverton since 2003, purchased a home here in 2009 and my daughter started kindergarten this year. With working 40-50 hours per week and taking care of two children, … 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
To the editor: Being busy in spring 2011, I didn’t pay much attention when the Tiverton schools’ business administrator explained that the state was requiring the district to “restate” … more
Editor’s note: The Warren Democratic Town Committee passed this resolution at its most recent meeting this past Tuesday, Feb. 21:WHEREAS: The actions of the administration of President Trump … 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
There is a movement afoot to eliminate grades for students, particularly in the middle schools. The argument goes as follows:Giving grades cause stress for some students. Students particularly in the … more
Is your family of the “Leave It to Beaver” variety—opposite-gender parents, first marriage for each, one or more kids? If so, your estate plan will probably be straightforward. But … more
Centuries after they buried their loved ones on a small hill overlooking what would become known as the Kickemuit River, Burr’s Hill stands today as not only a park and concert venue but, … more
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