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Jose came, we saw him, but he didn't necessarily conquer, as top winds from the now tropical storm reached just 17 mph in Providence and amounted to not even an inch of rain. more
Last week I thoughtfully worked on this column. Alas, somehow, when sending my thoughts, they were interspersed into outer space, similar to when people teleported from one place to another on … more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Six months ago, when the Warwick Public Library's Assistant Director Jana Stevenson and staff were ordering special glasses for the eclipse, they thought 200 pairs would be enough... more
Mayor Scott Avedisian will join Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung at O'Rourke's Bar and Grill, 23 Peck Lane, Warwick, this evening for a night of guest bartending to benefit the inception of the Pawtuxet Village Foundation. The duo will be behind the bar from more
Arguably the most troubled country in world history is the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Recently, the President of the United States Donald Trump delivered a clear statement of an aspired foreign policy concerning this Southern and Central Asian more
There were cookies, singing, hot cocoa and lots of happy Cranston residents enjoying the first sounds of the holiday season, all waiting for the arrival of the “big guy” himself, Santa. For … more
Each day, an average of six teenagers die in motor vehicle crashes in the United States and 600 others are injured, according to federal statistics. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motor vehicles crashes are the number one more
To the Editor: On November 16 Robert Flanders declared his candidacy for the U.S. Senate challenging Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. What stunned me was Flanders’ admission of voting for Donald … more
Currently in Congress, the Republicans are working on a tax reform plan. Like juggling glass vials of nitroglycerin, in this volatile realm of the national economy, a misplaced hand can cause the nation's finances to blow up. Since the beginning of the more
In a state of desperation from a year where no significant legislation was passed, the 115th Congress of the United States of America will seemingly pass a wide-ranging tax reform law. The original version passed the House of Representatives on Nov. 16, more
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