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Rhode Islanders with bold ideas for moving the state forward have until Friday, Dec. 16, to apply for $300,000 grants from the Rhode Island Foundation. This year, the Rhode Island Innovation Fellowship program focuses on proposals that increase or more
By TESSA ROY Representatives Joseph McNamara, Evan Shanley, and David Bennett are speaking up after a reproductive rights bill they co-sponsored came under fire from pro-life leaders and activist groups. The Reproductive Health Care Act (H5343) was more
By LONNIE BARHAM I'll admit it. I'm a football junkie. Whether it's watching NFL games, following NCAA college football or just rooting for high school gridiron heroes, I'm captivated. In all cases I want to see competitive football, not one-sided, more
By JOHN HOWELL It's time for some taxpayer relief. That's how Ward 5 Councilman and chairman of the Council Finance Committee Ed Ladouceur is approaching this year's budget deliberations. And as a prelude to the budget debate, the committee voted to more
Have you had the feeling you're about to get stopped by a cop? It happened to me Friday on Route 88 in upstate New York. The four-lane highway cuts across rolling hills of farm and woodlands. It's a wide highway with a divider of fields dotted with more
To the Editor: Almost two weeks have passed since Donald Trump’s upset victory on election night. Like many Americans, in fact the majority, I question “what is next?” Since … more
To the Editor: MADD is saddened by the two alleged drunk driving crashes in Warwick. One crash killed a man, while the other injured five people, two of whom are our greatest resource and our future, children. Our hearts are with the victims and the more
By TESSA ROY Mayor Scott Avedisian has expressed support for releasing the $4 million in bond funds to the School Department, but City Council members are still looking for answers. I support releasing the bond money to allow the school department to" more
By TESSA ROY Governor Gina Raimondo's proposal to send students to state colleges with two years paid for has received some vocal support, but it is not without critics. Recently, the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants (RISCPA), more
When Leah DeCesare left for college, her father educated her on the three "types" of men she'd encounter; forks, knives, and spoons. The prodding jerks were deemed the "forks," nerds the "spoons," … more
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