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I can't eat food anymore. Gone are the days of baked stuffed shrimp at Twin Oaks, a cheeseburger at The Thirsty Beaver or breakfast at Miss Cranston Diner. I now eat through a PICC line in my left upper arm. I live 24/7 in nausea and more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Getting 300 loaded Thanksgiving bags to Cranston residents is no easy matter, but the Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) delivered once again Saturday. So many people showed up when the doors opened at 10:00 a.m. that the more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- On Saturday, more than 100 people gathered on Smith Hill near the Rhode Island State House front steps to protest President Trump's impromptu, unofficial ban on transgender individuals in the military. more
To the Editor: You know you're an extreme liberal if the president's pardoning of Sheriff Joe Arpaio upset you, but former President Obama setting free 1,700 criminals from jail and jihadists from Gitmo did not. Or, you can claim you support free speech, more
To the Editor: The Greatest Generation of our family, in my opinion, started with Louise and Harold Whalley from Saylesville, Lincoln and Annie and George Wright of Pawtucket, my grandparents. They instilled the love of country in their children. When more
By JOHN HOWELL Lt. Gov. Dan McKee says there's more to Operation Holiday Cheer than providing gifts from home to servicemen and -women who can't get back to the Ocean State for the holidays. In an effort involving scores of sponsors, organizations and more
To the Editor: Many of my writings have praised Rhode Island for its primacy in such positive spheres as religious liberty, political independence, and industrialization. However, the current controversy regarding the sexual misconduct of Minnesota more
By LONNIE BARHAM -- In mid-August nine Gold Star Teens, who have all lost a loved one in the wars in the Middle East, boarded U.S. Coast Guard Ship Cutter Eagle in New York City. What they learned was invaluable. more
The recent gun violence in Las Vegas goes far beyond the horrific. Fifty-eight innocent victims, and one extremely troubled shooter, died in what we are now calling the worst ever" for this type of event. Statistics abound" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- An event to honor Warwick Beacon editor-in-chief and publisher John Howell raised more than $52,000 for MENTOR Rhode Island. more
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