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To the Editor, Lonnie Barham has done a great service for the taxpayers of Rhode Island. He has exposed what appears to be Governor McKee’s plan to convert monies allocated to help the … more
Once upon some decades ago I can remember sitting outside of the principal’s office contemplating my fate. Being a stubborn learner, occasions like these were far too frequent for my … more
Chances are likely that you’ve at least heard about ChatGPT — the artificial intelligence chatbot that has whipped the world into a frenzy of extreme reactions; from advocates promising … more
H.R. Res. 583, Reestablishing the Permanent House Select Committee on Aging (HSCoA), chances were growing slim in getting Congressional attention for passage in the final days of the 117th Congress. … more
To the Editor, Recently, in a press briefing at the Ramstein Air Base, Germany, US Defense Sec. Lloyd J. Austin III said that the current conflict in Ukraine is the result of … more
It has only become more apparent in recent years how important the open availability of reliable information is to maintaining a healthy democracy. For this reason, among the hundreds of priorities … more
I watched with frustration as Josh Saal stepped down after only a year as Rhode Island’s first-ever housing secretary. Gov. Dan McKee’s office announced last Wednesday that it had … more
To the Editor, Last week in a press briefing at the Ramstein Air base, Germany, US Defense Sec. Lloyd J. Austin III said that the current conflict in Ukraine is the result of (1.) “an … more
To the Editor, President Joe Biden is handing our country over to illegal immigrants. He is doing it on purpose.Biden is allowing illegals to cross the border by the hundreds of thousands(250,000 … more
Humans of Cranston is a recurring column showcasing the stories of Cranston residents’ community involvement, diversity and unique life perspectives. Mia Boscia (she/her/hers) is a senior at … more
Judging by recent news reports, Rhode Island has a few issues with appointing judges as most vividly illustrated by the retirement of Providence Judge Frank Caprio of Caught in Providence.  … more
You likely don’t need me to tell you that children all over the country are suffering the academic consequences of the pandemic, and Rhode Island is not an exception. A 2022 survey revealed … more
STORY OF THE WEEK It became clear in recent weeks that Josh Saal’s tenure as Rhode Island’s housing secretary was drawing to an end. Whether Saal was the right person for the job is … more
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