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As Father's Day passes, I find myself reflecting on the many men who have left a mark on my life. They are coaches, neighbors, and fellow veterans and teachers. They are mentors and role models. … more
Across the nation, communities consistently look for ways to ensure that their infrastructure withstands the test of time. But as Rhode Island’s state and municipal leaders gaze into the … more
Those are the words my boyfriend’s nephew said at the Father’s Day barbecue we attended at my one day, hopefully, sister-in-law’s house. Personally, I thought they were a bit … more
Amidst the many actions taken by the General Assembly during the final moments of the 2023 legislative session, one decision in particular could potentially serve to the benefit of municipalities, … more
Have you ever looked down at the speedometer and caught yourself going 10mph over the speed limit when you had no intention of speeding? That’s because driving is partly a subconscious … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The floodgates opened last week on the problematic visit by two high-level state Department of Administration officials to Philadelphia in March. Attorney General Peter Neronha … more
Few things can cut through today’s polarized political climate like the emotional impact of an Honor Flight. Since 2012, the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Honor Flight Hub, in collaboration … more
STORY OF THE WEEK The out-of-town frame on the CD2 race is mainly about how a potential win by GOP candidate Allan Fung in a Democrat-leaning Rhode Island reflects a tough national outlook for … more
To the editor, I feel the need offer another view on the proposed legislation regarding the Cranston Gun Range. My husband and I attended Western Hills and Cranston West in the 1970s. In the early … more
The birds do sing,  anyway. The flowers do bloom,   anyway. The waters do move,   anyway. The trees grow leaves,  anyway. The sun also rises,  … more
To the Editor, This year we will be celebrating our third Easter in the throes of the pandemic with an unknown timeframe.  We are also facing a devastating war in Eastern Europe, escalating … more
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