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By HAROLD M. METTS When Martin Luther King gave his famous address on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, he memorably said, "I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 'We hold these truths to be more
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continue to surge across the nation. According to the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Research Center, 20,949,471 Americans have contracted COVID-19 with 355,650 … more
It was Joe on the phone. There were no preliminaries. "e;I've got a surprise for you, can you stop by tonight?"e; I was used to Joe's surprises. He was always full of them, but they could be delivered over the phone. I had planned to do some Christmas more
By RANDALL A. JACKVONY The election of 2020 was vastly different than any we have previously experienced. With the contentious election complete, it is natural to want to leave it all behind and let our newly elected leaders start their work. But it is more
I headed to Warwick Mall Saturday morning. It's not what you think, although having not received gifts I'd ordered online during Black Friday sales, I was getting concerned. I wanted to see what Gina termed during her Friday COVID press conference as more
The holiday season is beloved in part because it is a time where magic seems to be possible and suspension of traditional beliefs comes naturally. After all, who's to say it's impossible for a small, isolated group of reindeer located far from humanity's more
History was made this week when a COVID-19 vaccine was administered to Dr. Christian Arbelaez, an emergency room physician at Rhode Island Hospital - the first Rhode Islander to receive the shot. The speed at which a vaccination to prevent contraction of more
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