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The silent majority of residents who believe Barrington deserves a better recreational infrastructure need to speak up and join the conversation. Now is their time. Town Councilor Rob Humm finally … more
To the editor:Why do residents and visitors using Forbes St. to enter the East Shore Expressway and go westerly have to travel into Barrington miles away to turn around?One, poor engineering, two, no … more
To the editor:There has been much speculation on what concessions were made by Rep. Kevin McCarthy to the holdouts preventing his becoming house speaker.Based on the strong moral fortitude and … more
To the editor:Red light cameras, speed zone cameras…Why doesn’t the city just put cameras throughout the whole city?They just keep adding more and more.Do they really have to on nine … more
Bristol has lost a giant, not the first great man or woman to pass who has contributed greatly to our town. more
Rhode Island’s “affordable housing” law, mandating that every town has to have 10% affordable housing, was written by and for developers. more
Editor’s note: This letter was sent to the chief officer of the Environment Branch for Renewable Energy at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management in Sterling, Va. It was titled: “An open … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes, or so the saying goes. That spurred thoughts on two different events this week. In D.C., U.S. House Republicans were unable to … more
To the editor: Last week saw the demolition of the architecturally and historically significant gothic cottage at 135 Ferry Road. What was an important landmark on the outskirts of Bristol village … more
To the editor: Recently, the Bristol Fire Department advertised both in the Phoenix and on the town website seeking to hire an EMS Coordinator for the department, and while I applaud the town for … more
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