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I walk my dog from the Bristol Town Beach parking lot to the water every day. About two weeks ago, I was dismayed to see that several mature trees were chopped down to the stumps. After a few … more
Whether it is on talk radio, in the RI legislature or about a school district in my hometown of Barrington, folks are getting pretty lathered up about the concept of “critical race theory … more
To the editor: Oh, the sandy parking lot is still there, full of the usual potholes, but it drops off abruptly into a retaining wall of stone and boulders on the ocean side. The sea washes right … more
Megan L. Ranney is an emergency physician and associate dean at Brown University. Her essay in TIME (April 12, p.26) should be required reading, particularly with the City of Providence earning the … more
In last week's Phoenix there was a letter to the editor criticizing my concerns regarding systemic racism, both locally and nationally, and how there are worse problems facing society, such as drug … more
The article in last week’s Phoenix (“Mount Hope Farm working to right wrongs”) about the Mount Hope Farm Trust failure to follow state and local ordinances was especially concerning … more
On behalf of myself and Melissa Cotta, co-founders of Bridging the Gap for Safety and Healing, we commend Newport City Council’s Resolution supporting legislation to erect suicide … more
During a Bristol Warren Regional School Committee meeting on May 24, a father and member of the community attempted to speak during public comment. He was cut off after only two or three … more
These past few months I’ve been rushing to my mailbox Thursday morning to grab our Bristol Phoenix. Honestly, this is a new routine. I start each day with a healthy portion of political and … more
To the editor:THE BIG CON – Last year the Marshall property plan to develop the Metacomet golf course was strongly supported by Mayor Bob DaSilva and a few members of our city council. However, … more
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