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To the editor, WE DID IT! The Fourth of July Committee finally distributed more than 1,400 patriotic license plates this past Saturday!A special thank-you to the Fourth of July Committee members, … more
To the editor: Save The Bay is conducting a cleanup of the Bristol Harbor shoreline in conjunction with the Keep Bristol Clean town-wide cleanup event coordinated annually by the Bristol … more
To the editor: My father was a World War II veteran who worked many years in one of those jails (Ash Street, New Bedford, Mass.) which is now being overseen by Sheriff Hodgson. (“Sheriff … more
To the editor: As I write this on Wednesday, the Tiverton School Committee has just announced a special meeting on Saturday morning to discuss whether to put forward an alternate budget for … more
To the editor, We are most appreciative to have been in business at Viola’s Liquor Store for these last 32 years. It has been a pleasure serving the public and interacting with our many … more
To the editor: On Tuesday, March 28, at the Tiverton Budget Committee, an open meeting, committee member Jeff Caron, stood up, and by first and last name, referred to me as a liar. I was not … more
I thought Bristol had a policy where IF YOU DON’T PUT YOUR RECYCLING BUCKET OUT, they don’t take your trash. Well, I’ve seen this one house that hasn’t had it out in a month … more
To the editor, Thank you yet again to the members of the Bristol Town Council for endorsing a resolution to “dis-allow non-law enforcement to carry concealed firearms onto school … more
To the editor: Rhode Island is lacking in foster homes. Currently there are about 2,000 children in state care but only enough space in foster homes around the state for about half of those … more
To the editor: As a mother and a daughter of a school teacher, I was drawn to watch the recently published PBS documentary on the Sandy Hook tragedy that took place in December of 2012. So many of … more
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Mike Rego has worked at East Bay Newspapers since 2001, helping the company launch The Westport Shorelines. He soon after became a Sports Editor, spending the next 10-plus years in that role before taking over as editor of The East Providence Post in February of 2012. To contact Mike to submit information, suggest story ideas or photo opportunities, etc., email mrego@eastbaynewspapers.com.