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By Richard Charest and Kevin Savage   The most contentious topic in the home shared by the Jenkins siblings might be who does the cooking. Two of the brothers, Alton and George, say … more
The COVID -19 pandemic has exacerbated mental health issues especially among children and students. Reports indicate that a growing number of young people under 18 years old are showing signs of … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The Senate Judiciary Committee is the key battleground for contentious legislation in Rhode Island. So what happens when the majority of support on the committee for gun rights … more
To the Editor, Currently when we are in public venues outdoors or indoors are we ever truly safe? Schools, churches, medical facilities, malls, and entertainment venues all have had active shooter … more
To the Editor,   It’s really disturbing to read how many of our elected officials in Rhode Island are calling for a tax increase while our state coffers are flushed with cash ($1 … more
Are you willing to live in a world where you need to be able to exercise lethal force at a moment’s notice in order to feel safe? This question may very well be the only one that matters in … more
To the Editor, The City of Cranston’s discrimination of National Guard Personnel with regard to property tax exemptions: Why are the City of Cranston and its officials discriminating … more
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