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SCENES FROM SOUTH ISLAND: Shown here is Lake …
It’s not what I expected, but then, not everything I imagined about New Zealand fit my expectations. Chris Riley dove under the fore deck and appeared from the hatch with a bugle. He sounded … more
This was too good to be true – a bevy of bikini-clad women cheering me, as if I had won a gold medal in beach volleyball. Bevy? Well, two, which is technically a brace of beauties. But they were on … more
Sometimes it pays off not to know too much. That was the case Sunday, although I was sprayed for my over confidence and could have left my 96-year-old father and Marge, his companion, in an untenable … more
GRAFFITI: There’s an old saying, “Take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves.” That’s apparently what Providence City Councilman Michael J. Correia of Ward … more
Boating talk: Rick Bellavance, president of the …
Over the past month there has been a lot of talk about recreational fishing, and a lot of talk about boating, and the impact they have on Rhode Island. As one might expect these industries bolster … more
FAST FERRIES AND ANTI-COMPETITION: The Narragansett Chamber of Commerce has voted to oppose a successful ferry company from expanding its business at Quonset Point by adding a fast ferry from Quonset … more
SOMETHING FISHY BETWEEN DEEPWATER AND STATE? If Deepwater Wind, the company that wants to build an electricity generating wind turbine farm in Rhode Island Sound, wants the public to accept it and … more
It was still, very still. The house was dark, although outside the sky was starting to lighten. It was going to be a beautiful morning. The clock read 5:12. I had plenty of time to make the … more
This past week, the governor of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Gina Marie Raimondo, explained to her fellow citizens how dire a position the Ocean State is truly in. The … more
IT’S NO WONDER EMPLOYERS LEAVE RHODE ISLAND: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest study of the cost of employees throughout the country.  Of the nine regions in the U.S., which … more
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