Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The Sogkonate Garden Club has planted and maintained the Burchard Triangle since the early 90's.  We respectfully request that only local events be posted and that no … more
The letter in last week’s Phoenix entitled “Bristol has shown it does not care about systemic racism” was written with great passion, but grossly mischaracterizes our town … more
I must correct false statements in two recent letters to the editor, namely, that the abolition of slavery was an original, uniquely American idea. In his letter, Michael Byrnes stated wrongly that … more
At the Bristol Warren Region School Committee meeting held on May 27, I had planned on speaking during public comment to share my opinions on school committee member Carly Reich’s sexist and … more
To the editor: On Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, the veterans of our town will remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Throughout our history, men and women lost their lives … more
To the editor: On May 20 there was an email about volunteers being needed to serve on the “Resilience and Energy Committee and Zoning Board review.   Zoning Board?  It is … more
I’m writing in response to frequent letter-writer Michael Proto and his recurring commentary on racism. How can anyone tell who is a racist and who is not? Can you see into a person’s … more
For a town that prides itself on hosting the “Oldest Continuous 4th of July Celebration” in the country, there seems to be little respect for the Stars and Stripes that honors our hard … more
More than 600 Rhode Island students from grades 7 to 12 were featured in the 2021 RIMEA (Rhode Island Music Education Association) All-State Music Festival Concert, premiering on YouTube on May 2, … more
To the editor: Dear members of the Committee on Appropriations, this letter is to echo and support Town Council President Mike Carroll’s letter of May 4, 2021 regarding funding of a capital … more
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