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If you spent last week like we did - watching incredulously as terror seized a grip on the nation's capital - then it may be difficult to process the emotions and repercussions of what it all means, now and going forward. It may also be difficult to keep more
By HOUSE SPEAKER K. JOSEPH SHEKARCHI Sixty years ago, up the road in Boston, President Kennedy gave farewell remarks to his home state before assuming the presidency. Those remarks still guide public servants well. He challenged those of us entrusted more
To the Editor: Just as the king cobra lies low and waits to strike, ever rising slowly, steely eyes holding the victim transfixed, Trump like the king cobra, rose up to full ugly height and struck! Like that cobra's stare, he has encouraged and incited more
By JAMES SHEEHAN Governor Gina Raimondo has made in-person learning a top priority for Rhode Island's school children during the Covid-19 pandemic. The governor knows that the educational outcomes, social-emotional health, and well-being of students more
By JANIE GRICE During the pandemic, essential workers have become public heroes. These frontline workers include tens of millions of retail employees, from those who stock our grocery shelves to those filling orders for Amazon. With so many people seeing more
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
To the Editor: With regard to Mike Lester's political cartoon which appeared in the ProJo on Dec. 11, apparently he believes President Trump invented presidential pardons. Lester would do well for himself to take out a few books from his local library on 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
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