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Nearly two years ago, during the review process for the planned Topgolf facility on Sockanosset Cross Road, we wrote in this space in agreement with concerns raised over one of the Planning Commission's hearings on the project. We specifically took issue more
Holiday shopping season is in full swing, but for many small business owners, this always crucial time of year has become even more vital to their livelihoods as we continue down the dark road of the worst surge of the COVID-19 pandemic yet. While there more
By MICHAEL L. FRIEDMAN To members of the Planning Board, City Council, and the citizens of Cranston, please accept this letter as our written testimony in support of the proposed Cranston Crossing project at Mulligan's Island. As owners of Mulligan's for more
By JANET TANURY It is 2020 and it is funny to me that we are still focusing on size so much. I mean, aren't we beyond that now? When it comes to people's body size, we as a culture are still acting as if smaller is better - but we're also acting as if more
Throughout the past year, we have experienced a barrage of unlikely and historic happenings and coincidences. The worst pandemic in over a century and the largest social movement for societal change in 50 years have been the marquee, ongoing events that more
By LORI M. BUDNICK, CPA Especially during this exceptionally difficult year, countless non-profit organizations across the country are counting on the generosity of donors for financial support - and, as we approach the end of the year, many Americans more
By MADDISON SMITH In 2019, 1,282 measles cases were reported in thirty-one states. With a surge of cases in Rhode Island's neighboring states, the Rhode Island Department of Health is urging parents to vaccinate their children. This crisis is placing more
We really wished that, since the start of this whole seemingly never-ending nightmare began this spring, we would never need to write this column again. We hope that those reading this who already do the right things - like wear their masks whenever more
We really wished that, since the start of this whole seemingly never-ending nightmare began this spring, we would never need to write this column again. We hope that those reading this who already do the right things - like wear their masks whenever more
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