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To the Editor: Many of my writings have praised Rhode Island for its primacy in such positive spheres as religious liberty, political independence, and industrialization. However, the current controversy regarding the sexual misconduct of Minnesota more
The Community College of Rhode Island's Computer Studies department will host a Cybersecurity Night Tuesday, Dec. 12, at the college's Newport County Campus, One John H. Chafee Blvd., Newport. The event will begin with an information session at 6 p.m. to more
After 27 years at its North Main Street location, The Map Center store will close on December 22. The store has been operating in Providence, at various locations, since the 1950s. It's been owned and operated by Andrew Nosal since 1981. A sale of the more
In a state of desperation from a year where no significant legislation was passed, the 115th Congress of the United States of America will seemingly pass a wide-ranging tax reform law. The original version passed the House of Representatives on Nov. 16, more
By JOHN HOWELL By this time next year, many of those Benny's stores that closed this year will have re-opened as restaurants, coffee shops, retail operations and, quite possibly, supermarkets and some office space. That's the plan following last week's more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Ever wondered what it would be like living in outer space? Students at Hendricken High School and St. Mary Academy Bay View got a once-in-a-lifetime experience to explore those very inquiries. more
As more cases of sexual harassment and assault are coming to light from a growing movement, some are wondering how they're supposed to know where the "line" is. If you're even asking, that's not a good sign. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A laughter, steak and beard-filled Warwick F.O.P. Lodge turned emotional Thursday evening when Warwick police personnel handed over a check to Helena Rafferty... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A meeting intended to get suggestions and feedback from the City Council on how to proceed with a bond to start repairing the city's schools went over four hours last week. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- It only seemed natural after all the years he frequented the Coffee Grinder in Governor Francis Farm Shopping Center that Ed Duckworth should call and ask him to fill in for what he believed would be a short hospital visit. more
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