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To The Editor, Who do you call when it’s the police breaking the law? What do you do when your council person and mayor are uninterested in finding a viable solution; when the state says … more
To the Editor, "Firing Back," a study completed by Brown University's School of Public Health (https://bit.ly/Brown-SPH-Cranston-Gunfire-Study), confirmed what residents, students, and teachers … more
Increased demands of family obligations during the Thanksgiving holiday, baking, and cleaning to host dinner, and even unrealistic expectations about family, or having a dysfunctional family, can … more
There was something somberly fitting about the inconsistency among various government and private entities regarding when to observe the most recent Veterans’ Day, which fell on a Saturday this … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: At the ripe old age of 35, Gabe Amo has emerged as the bright new star among Rhode Island Democrats. While he will enter Congress as its most junior member, Amo seems poised to … more
A recent poll published by the New York Times stirred up chatter about President Biden’s vulnerability against Donald Trump. Not a week later, Democrats nationwide celebrated major victories on … more
Of the 16.6 million living veterans, serving in World War II to the Global War on Terror, one half of these veterans are age 65 and over.  The graying of America’s veterans is … more
To the Editor;Mayor Hopkins demonstrates his obtuseness in his editorial of Nov. 2 by employing the bowling term “turkey,” (three strikes in a row,) in an attempt to denigrate councilman … more
To the Editor; "Have you tried the new local coffee shop that just opened up near Itri park? No? Me either. It doesn’t exist yet. But it could, if we work together to create a more vibrant … more
In the midst of multiple, overlapping crises that often result in the loss of housing for at-risk individuals, we are grateful to be able to report on organizations like the House of Hope, which shed … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: RI Attorney General Peter acause of government transparency, often saying that the state’s public records law should be a floor and not a ceiling. So how transparent is … more
Last Spring the U.S. House of Representatives’ powerful Subcommittee on Communications and Technology held a Hearing on a tall stack of individual bills actually authored by the … more
By BOB HOUGHTALING Many adults consider it a fait accompli when it comes to teens consuming alcohol. Even though years of research tells us otherwise many kids and parents believe that everyone … more
To the Editor, Linda Peterson’s article of October 26, 2023 entitled, “Midnight musings about Gaza” is uniformed and biased. She tries to create a moral equivalency … more
To the Editor; Shamefully, Treasurer Diossa has refused to change the location of the meeting of his “Advisory Working Group.”  A number of State retirees asked that the meeting … more
The Alan Shawn Feinstein Foundation announced last week that $1 million is being earmarked to schools in the Feinstein Leadership program. Alan Shawn Feinstein, who leaves a legacy of urging and … more
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