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To the Editor: FIX NICS Act" is an outrageous attempt to strip the rights of states to regulate the safe and responsible use or weapons by its citizens. Republicans rail about abusive and oppressive federal mandates and laws. Until they collude with the" more
By JOHN HOWELL -- You'll never know where you'll find Santa's workshop. Bobbie Bacon knows that all too well. more
There's nothing quite like a celestial event, the likes of which hasn't been seen in nearly 40 years, to provide some sorely needed perspective into our Earthbound activities. The first total solar eclipse visible from American soil since Feb. 26, 1979 more
The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources (OER) announced that, beginning January 1, 2018, municipalities, businesses and individuals would benefit from a uniform, statewide solar permit application, which streamlines the building and electric permit more
Dear Kevin, I believe you can hear me in spirit what I am about to write. In the spring of 1968 I was 4 years old and was on top of the handlebars of your sister Mimi's bike riding down Lyndon Road very fast in Edgewood. I only have a fleeting memory of more
On Sept. 29, Mayor Allan Fung helped dedicate the new the new Cultural Center of the KAARI (Korean American Association of Rhode Island), located at 1440 Park Ave. more
O'Leary Law has announced the firm has expanded and enhanced its team with the addition of attorney Christopher Murphy, who has merged with the firm as a partner. Headquartered in Warwick, the firm is now named O'Leary Murphy, LLC. The addition of Murphy more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Starting now, Rhode Island residents under 19 will be eligible to apply for the Rhode Island Promise scholarship, which will cover all tuition and related fees at the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI). more
By JOHN HOWELL Time doesn't stand still, but it looks like the State Senate will turn back the clock to the closing hours of the session on June 30 this Thursday and pass the House version of the $9.2 billion budget that has delayed the issuance of car more
By PAM SCHIFF Continuing their tradition of giving back to their community, Oaklawn Elementary School is donating 1,689 food items to the Cranston Community Action Program (CCAP). For the fifth year in a row, they have participated in the Feinstein more
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