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Don’t get me wrong, I only have a cup, maybe two, a day. Since Doug and I started dating it’s become almost a daily ritual. Afterall, Doug just has to have his morning coffee. Before … more
 It’s undeniably heartwarming to see the efforts of so many individuals volunteer their time and energy to help out somebody in the way that around 50 off-duty firefighters helped a local … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Twelve years after Gina Raimondo spearheaded what once seemed an improbable overhaul of the state pension system, pensions remain a hot topic in Rhode Island. As the ProJo’s … more
To the Editor, Right now, there are no protections for Old Growth Forests in Rhode Island. Even on public land. Old Growth Forests are forests over 100 years old that have unique characteristics … more
To the Editor, As a therapist working very close to the Rhode Island border am concerned for the workers and non-smokers who are again being exposed to second hand smoke inside the casino. I … more
To the Editor, A right isn’t a right when it’s been taken away. When it’s “practically nonexistent.” Even before Roger Williams’ 1663 colonial charter (per … more
As I approach the age of 37 I realize more and more that I’m never going to feel financially secure. I have worked steadily, day after day, since I was 16 years old. I’ve never been one … more
Where does public access to Rhode Island’s immaculate coastlines end and private, limited, and protected ownership begin? It is a complex question with no certain answers which will undergo … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: In recent weeks, RI Attorney General Peter Neronha has used Twitter to amplify the fight for continued access to mifepristone; cite the need for those with power to “exercise … more
To the Editor, My name is Daniel Arias. As a 13-year-old boy, I find it fascinating that stamp collecting used to be such a popular hobby. It's amazing to think that people would send letters and … more
To the Editor, Today most Americans have serious concerns about the direction our country is currently heading. Life has become a daily challenge to meet all our financial obligations and also to … more
An open letter to the House Judiciary Committee, It is with respect and concern that I am compelled to write today in opposition to H 5299, proposing to arm campus security at our state colleges … more
As much as I love eating, I’m not one to write restaurant reviews. What people look for in an experience dining out differs so greatly that reviews can be so subjective and not catch what … more
An array of bills before the Rhode Island General Assembly would chip away at both newspapers and transparency in government. They seek to alter numerous state laws that require governments, both … more
As I get older, and see my own nieces growing, I am starting to understand all the discomfort older generations have for cell phones and technology. While they’re definitely making a lot of … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The Democratic field in Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District is starting to gel, with a series of noteworthy developments last week. Former state Rep. Aaron Regunberg, … more
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