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STORY OF THE WEEK: “We’re leaving no stone unturned as far as accountability,” Gov. Dan McKee said last Friday, as he unveiled Max Wistow and Jonathan Savage as the lawyers who will … more
As reported in last week’s Warwick Beacon, Warwick residents and officials seeking to gain some more insight and accountability into the goings on of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) … more
To the editor, Trees are our neighbors, our relatives, our elder caretakers, and deeply rooted in our communities. When we take care of trees, trees take care of people and entire ecosystems. … more
Ken Block’s new book, Marty Walsh for James Diossa & our fractured media landscape. There’s no truth to the rumor that Rhode Island will be the setting for a remake of … more
As soon as I saw Pete Fontaine open the office door, a smile spread across his face, I knew he was up to something. It was the day before Thanksgiving and everyone was pressing to meet deadline … more
Dear Fellow Johnston Residents and Neighbors, On Tuesday, April 2, 2024, the Johnston Planning Board will consider extending the timeline on their decision from March 3, 2022, relative to … more
To the Editor, On March 20, Senator Bernie Sanders stood before the Senate chamber and voiced his alarm towards the current barbaric war in Gaza which will result in the death by starvation of … more
To The Editor, “You can have it, but you can’t use it,” should be the motto of the RI Senate since its vote to pass the “safe-storage gun bill.” (Senate approves … more
To the editor, On Tuesday, April 2, 2024, the Johnston Planning Board will consider extending the timeline on their decision from March 3, 2022, relative to (Cranston-based) Green … more
In Rhode Island, and especially in Bristol, April 1 could be celebrated as “Nor-west” John Day to mark that adventurer’s completion of the first circumnavigation of the globe by sea … more
With the advent of Easter Sunday approaching this weekend for all of our observing Christian readers, it seems an appropriate time in light of recent events to dig deeper into the themes that have … more
Latest bridge news, nuggets ahead of the Centurion public hearing, and Smiley talks issues. It’s just a matter of time until Opening Day. You can follow me through the week  on … more
There are few industries as quintessentially tied to the identity of a state as quahogging in Rhode Island. Over the decades, the industry has ebbed and flowed with changes to regulations, the … more
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