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How often do you think about where things come from? We don't just mean whether or not you check if your candy comes from a factory that processes tree nuts, or if you know the farm where your vegetables were grown, picked, washed and delivered from. Do more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- There is no shortage of fall goodies to be found in the Ocean State. Here's a few places you should check out. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- 2017 graduate James Kozusko plans to be an accountant, so it's not surprising he did the math when two years of free tuition at the Community College of Rhode Island became available on Aug. 3. more
Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast are devastated. Never has an area been so blasted by so much rainfall in such a short amount of time. Houston has received more rainfall than other city across the United States received in one entire more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston West students could swing by the cafeteria last Wednesday morning and grab their breakfast on the go thanks to the Rhode Island Department of Education's (RIDE) new breakfast challenge" being implemented statewide. The" more
To the Editor: Normally, I support the rights of free enterprise/business to be free from government interference as to how they conduct themselves in most areas. After I read the Fox News story with the below headline, (also the following link), my more
In light of recent numbers reported by the Rhode Island Department of Health, we unfortunately must dedicate this space of copy to something that most people really would rather not talk about at all. The rate of easily preventable sexually transmitted more
By WALTER D. CRADDOCK Rhode Islanders have long clamored for better service from the state agencies funded with their tax dollars. The Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles is no exception. This year the division began a series of steps to improve its more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Aram Garabedian wasn't expecting to get the call from the Rhode Island Secretary of State's Office in October - he hasn't been a politician in years - but was very happy to discover he was nominated as one of three individuals to more
In an effort to prepare for a “once in a generation” investment in education and school infrastructure to repair and replace the state’s aging facilities, Governor Gina Raimondo and her … more
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