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Rather than the road to hell being paved with good intentions, I suggest that the road to hell is paved with unexamined assumptions. In the case of RI Energy/PPL's proposal before the RI Public … more
Wait! It’s not what you think. Today’s column isn’t a sad melodrama about my continuing struggles with disability, the country’s medical system or how much I miss having … more
Although the dust has somewhat settled (for now) on the signature scandal of this political season, involving an investigation into fraudulent nomination signatures obtained through the course of Lt. … more
Nothing much can top a Rhode Island summer day out on the water with a few friends, taking in the sights of the Bay and enjoying the cool breeze of the ocean. The idyllic scenery is often … more
It’s been a few weeks since I wrote one of these. I’m not sure if it was because I haven't had anything to say or because I have too much. I’m also not sure which would be better. … more
Amid the opioid epidemic, drug prevention and education have become critical. Fentanyl and fentanyl analogs are found in most common street drugs. It’s also common for illegal fentanyl to be … more
To the editor, The Rhode Island General Assembly should consider making changes to its process. For example, If Rhode Island legislation has been recommended for passage by a committee and … more
To the editor, Gun violence and crime is at a high volume throughout America currently. All Rhode Island Police Departments, should believe in solutions to address this unacceptable … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: With a bit more than six weeks until the Sept. 5 primary in Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District, the race took a dramatic turn last week. Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos, … more
Whether you’ve been swept off your feet by a knee-deep river while hiking or found yourself caught in a rip tide, anyone with such an experience can attest to the exceptionally frightening … more
Editor’s Note: The Johnston Sun Rise reached out to Mayor Polisena for comment regarding Johnston resident Tamra Moretti’s concerns regarding the planned placement of Providence’s … more
As a concerned constituent, I attended the Town Council meeting on Monday, July 10, where I presented valid questions, heartfelt concerns, and thoughtful considerations regarding the controversial … more
To the Editor,   I have two little gardens outside my small apartment. One is in the front and the other  in the back. I've been tending to these gardens since I've lived here, so it's … more
Nobody said it was going to be easy. With the commencement of a bonafide hunt for the Gaspee off Namquid Point last year to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the burning of the British … more
To the Editor, It was first odd, then startling to see that The Cranston Herald chose, for its edition that includes 4 July, a letter espousing Christian nationalism (August 6.29.23) and another … more
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