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To the Editor: As an unaffiliated voter, I like to make sure I am fully informed about the candidates running. This year, I will be voting in the Democratic Primary on September 12 because the Republican Party on all levels, especially since 2016, has more
Lights of honor Shine on high The wings of sailors Adorn the sky For we the people Who look for stars To guide us through This life bizarre Today such an angel Entered that realm Like those before him He's taken the helm A journey so harsh Yet filled more
By BOB SWEENEY Students will soon be returning to classrooms and our concerns should be to provide a safe and protected environment for their learning experience. Over the past couple of years most of the effort for their safety has been focus on more
When discussing the PawSox imminent 2021 departure from Rhode Island, it's impossible not to utilize some purposefully corny baseball terminology. This publication did that last autumn when we supported an offer put forward by the team that gathered the more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that most state beaches will be open daily through Labor Day - Monday, September 3. Scarborough South in Narragansett is closed on weekdays and will be open weekends only through more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Department of Health Director Dr. Alexander Nicole-Scott stopped by the weekly meeting of the Warwick Rotary Club Thursday to share a presentation with the group about overall health trends in the country and how the state is seeking to more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In a repeat of a race that was decided by less than 100 votes in 2016, Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello and Republican challenger Steven Frias are both confident they'll be able to come out on top in District 15 this year. And more
By MERI R. KENNEDY FOOS coming Sept. 23 The Artists' Exchange's 11th annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival (FOOS) will be held on Sunday, September 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. outside Artists' Exchange at 50 Rolfe Square, Cranston. Eat, drink, and make more
By KEVIN O'BRIEN Let's acknowledge the irrefutable: Child abuse is insidious and arises from circumstances that repel the sympathy and understanding of all. The recent grand jury report from Pennsylvania has reopened the wound and the history of the more
To the Editor: The November 2016 presidential election was hampered by the electronic voting system's inability to correctly count votes, according to the RI Secretary of State. The situation is acknowledged, but only briefly in the middle of a 14-page more
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