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By K. JOSEPH SHEKARCHI We live in a time period where negativity, particularly toward government, has sadly become the norm. It is understandable why the public has a negative view of state government due to various missteps and mistakes that have been more
To the Editor: In the last two decades, we have seen a 25 percent drop in the cancer death rate. But our work is not complete. Research suggests that roughly half of all cancer deaths can be prevented if we avoid tobacco, get physical activity, eat a more
To the Editor: According to a new report by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, the current Rhode Island budget is short sighted when it comes to funding tobacco control programs that that would decrease the number of Rhode Islanders more
To the Editor: Around the city, when visiting the many parks and playgrounds, one might notice that many slides have been bashed and broken, slide ladders are worn and rusted with jagged metal, swings have rusted chains, wood climbers are splintered and more
To the Editor: As an Army veteran of WWII who served overseas, I was appalled by the display of Nazi and Confederate flags at the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. More appalling was Donald Trump's going soft on the Neo-Nazis, the KKK and the more
There's nothing quite like a celestial event, the likes of which hasn't been seen in nearly 40 years, to provide some sorely needed perspective into our Earthbound activities. The first total solar eclipse visible from American soil since Feb. 26, 1979 more
Rocky the retriever Well, actually, as anyone who knows dogs, Rocky isn't a retriever, but with temperatures in the 90s and the cool waters of the bay nearby on Conimicut Beach, Rocky willingly retrieved one flip flop after another when tossed in the more
Earns doctorate degree Warwick native Emily Sara Williamson was conferred her Doctorate of Psychology in clinical psychology: concentration in neuropsychology, this month from William James College (Newton, Mass., formerly the Massachusetts School of more
A public meeting to elect a low-income representative to the Westbay CAP Board of Directors from East Greenwich has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 19 at 1 p.m. at the East Greenwich Senior Center, 121 Pierce Street, East Greenwich. All are welcome more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN As the Warwick Police Department is not at its full complement of officers, is the city less safe? Not according to Warwick Chief of Police Colonel Stephen McCartney. Even though Warwick Police Department is down 12 officers, and three more
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