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It has only become more apparent in recent years how important the open availability of reliable information is to maintaining a healthy democracy. For this reason, among the hundreds of priorities … more
Judging by recent news reports, Rhode Island has a few issues with appointing judges as most vividly illustrated by the retirement of Providence Judge Frank Caprio of Caught in Providence.  … more
If the past couple of weeks have taught us anything, it’s that we shouldn’t take for granted the infrastructure that keeps us safe on the ground — but we should also remain keenly … more
If you ever want to make your head spin, taking a look at Rhode Island DOT’s 2022 Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) ought to do the trick. The 73-page document outlines the … more
Jo-Anne Schofield wore a heavy coat. Sunday, January 1 had to be the warmest day for the annual Obstaplunge and Frozen Clam Dip in its history of people running into the chilly waters of Greenwich … more
This week will mark an historic one for local inaugurations, representing both the swearing in of new top political officials in some communities and totally new practices for others. In Johnston, … more
Politicians who serve at the top levels of local government likely want to be remembered for the things they’ve accomplished while in office. They want a positive legacy that is free from … more
It’s the week before Christmas, and all through the state, you might fairly assume it was just another date. Terrible rhymes aside, we can’t help but notice a palpable lack of holiday … more
With the ongoing plight of hundreds of Rhode Islanders without a stable place to live front and center in ongoing news coverage, we can’t help but wonder what combination of factors is … more
Although we’re only about a week into the state’s foray into the recreational marijuana industry, it’s telling enough already that the world hasn’t come to a cataclysmic end … more
Rhode Islanders likely recently saw headlines touting the state as the fastest in the country at posting and verifying its election results for the most recent midterm elections — and in … more
As you pass the stuffing this year, be grateful. Yes, your stuffing cost more this year. Your puny turkey cost more, and it was harder to find. The natural gas (or oil) keeping your dining room … more
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