Fung for mayor

Last year in this space, following the release of the Rhode Island State Police assessment report of the Cranston Police Department, we wondered whether Mayor Allan Fung's political future was in doubt - and whether he would be able to restore the frayed

Re-elect Mattiello

Editor's note: While the voters of Cranston House District 15 will decide whether to return House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello to office, we feel this race is of significance to the state as a whole. We are therefore printing this editorial in the Warwick

Now is the time to eliminate car tax

The car tax is a stone in everyone's shoe. No matter how much one makes, no matter what model car one drives, no matter where one lives - taxpayers despise the car tax. Every year municipalities reach deep into taxpayer's

Trinity Rep announces Grade 11 Project, offering free tickets to every 11th grader in the state

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its Project Discovery student matinee program, Trinity Repertory Company - the State Theater of Rhode Island - will offer free tickets to William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream to Rhode Island 11th graders.


Avoid toys that glamorize violence

To the Editor: For several years member of Pax Christi international Catholic peace movement have campaigned against the common practice of purchasing toys and video games that glamorize violence as gifts for children during the holiday season. Many

Do young Americans, social activists, mayors need a hug since Trump was been elected?

In post-election America, young people, social activists, and municipal leaders across our nation are anticipating doom and see Donald J. Trump’s election to the presidency as a harbinger of an …

Meeting the goal of bringing computer sciences to our students

By KIP FERN As a Rhode Island native, I've seen firsthand just how challenging it can be to provide schools with everything they need. But when it comes to equipping students for the future, it seems there is no hurdle too high for Governor Raimondo. As