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As Cranston High School East Principal Sean Kelly introduced the assembly's purpose - the 100th and final presentation of the It Can Wait" campaign started by AT&T about a decade ago and championed by Attorney General Peter Kilmartin in 2012 - you could" more
There’s no easy way to face the music of an unenviable situation. In Rhode Island’s case, that situation involved releasing the results of the first year of testing in the state’s schools based … more
Imagine being able to go back in time to a period in your life when you could have used some good advice. Perhaps it was a moment where you were enduring a challenging development in your personal life, or you needed to make a difficult professional more
It's important to know where you stand on the important annual debate - one of the hottest to rage during the cold months of the calendar. It's not related to local or national politics, mercifully, and it doesn't involve whether canned cranberry sauce more
The middle school auditorium was filled with students who seemed much too young, given the topic at hand. Three former inmates were telling their stories, a journey from seemingly harmless drug and alcohol experimentation beginning at ages even younger more
Whether you've already gone to the polls, cast your vote through the mail or an emergency ballot, or are planning on going later today before polls close at 8 p.m., exercising your most fundamental American right - to vote - is a responsibility that more
Allan Fung has turned Cranston around in his years as mayor, making it one of 50 best cities to live in the country with a good business climate, safe neighborhoods, and a good school system. That's why we endorse Mayor Fung as the next governor of Rhode more
There's something about renewable energy that - if you care in any way, shape or form about the long-term health of the planet - is just simply exciting. Perhaps it is the grandiose scale of green energy projects. In Johnston, a team of wind energy more
If you were looking for ideal candidates for public office, you would likely want people who had demonstrated that they were willing to put the needs of their fellow citizens above their own. You more
As the state mid-term elections draw closer and closer, politics season seems to engulf everything around us, like a cloud of fallen leaves engulfs a backyard... more
If there is to be a word or theme that would best encapsulate the year 2018, unfortunately it seems that it is destined to be “divided.” Divided is the most apt way to describe many aspects of … more
Sometimes a little anger goes a long way. In Ethel Ricci's case, that anger took her all the way to Washington D.C. in order to advocate on behalf of the many loved ones she had lost to cancer. After losing her father, brother, brother-in-law, niece and more
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