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STORY OF THE WEEK: As Rhode Island edges closer to 2024, policy and politics are converging in a way that could influence the 2026 race for governor. Attorney General Peter Neronha, who is … more
Many people underestimate the impact that mental illness can have on an individual or family. It can be difficult to admit that you have a mental health problem in your life. Secondly, it can be just … more
To the Editor, With 7+ million dollars on the line Cranston should go with the sure thing. Our city has the opportunity of a lifetime to use Federal dollars for building a community center and … more
During this season where the gifts we receive and provide to others contributes towards a feeling of general gratitude and merriment, it seems appropriate to cast a light on an organization working … more
Humans of Cranston is a recurring column showcasing the stories of Cranston residents’ community involvement, diversity and unique life perspectives. Jonathan Vasquez and Nary Vann are the … more
To the Editor. One thing is abundantly clear, Cranston is a city run by unreasonable men who hold no regard for established medical facts. In the article, Neighbors target police firing range, … more
To the Editor, Patrick Crowley, the successor to George Nee as President of the RI AFL-CIO, has been appointed (along with Mr. Nee and John Maguire, a union rep) to the Pension Advisory Working … more
If you know a veteran, ensure they’re treated like family. Consider adding a seat to the holiday dinner table. Look past whatever flaws they may have. They fought for you. They risked … more
Our story this week highlighting a conference held by the New England Donor Services left us with a couple of resounding thoughts, but the biggest takeaway was that Rhode Islanders should not be … more
To the Editor: As the holidays are here, this is a good time to talk about Roger Williams.  I have been studying Roger Williams for six years, and here are some of his ideas: … more
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
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