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To the Editor: It is with tears in my eyes that I notify you that Rhode Island has just lost the man whom we believe to be the oldest World War II Veteran in our state. Arthur Jeremiah Latham Jr., a 106-year-old gentleman who achieved the rank of Chief more
The article titled “30 minute CPR protocol raises issues” published in several of your publications on December 28 provides the reader with inaccurate and incomplete information. Contrary … more
Due to the success of the November winter coat giveaway, Operation Stand Down RI and the VA Medical Center will host a second winter coat giveaway at the VA on Jan. 20. Operation Stand Down will give away coats, gloves, hats, sweatshirts, blankets, care more
By JOHN HOWELL Senator Sheldon Whitehouse had people laughing at a rally to save the Affordable Care Act. The Republicans have already taken the first steps to dismantle it in the wake of Donald Trump's election and their impending control of both the more
Presidents when they leave office become marble men of American history. Of the 43 men who have served as Commander N' Chief (Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms, therefore he counts as two), some have left stellar legacies of innovation more
Unjust detention? Student Paula Cavanagh sent the Beacon this photo of students serving a three-hour detention as punishment for walking out of their classes for a protest of a School Committee decision to not follow the City Council's resolution to get more
To assist Rhode Islanders with the safe disposal of household hazardous waste, Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) invite residents to visit Eco-Depot on Saturday, January 21 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Resource Recovery located at 65 Shun more
The Daughters of Isabella #423 St. Benedict’s Circle donned their habits to stage “Sister Act” December 20 at the Women’s Medium Security of the Department of Corrections. Members of the … more
It's better to give than to receive. I remember hearing that saying as a child and wondering what people were thinking. Had they not had the joy of birthday and Christmas presents? Had their parents not insisted, as my parents did, that my sister and I more
By JOHN HOWELL The city is chasing down 26,000 people and companies that haven't paid their tax bills, going as far back as far as 2008, for a total of $7 million. If that sounds like hard work, it is, says City Tax Collector Kayla Jones. What makes more
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