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As Johnston resident Megan Jaswell walked me through her experiences on Marathon Monday, I mentally followed her course. Runners met at the Boston Common. My mind ticked back to afternoon … more
Studies have shown that decision making during an acute emergency in a place of public assembly will generally cause a high level of anxiety, severe stress, and can sometimes cause panic. The reason … more
Involved parties in Rhode Island state government may be getting a little more apprehensive over the fate of their defense arguments on behalf of the state pension reform law enacted late 2011, which … more
The clock stopped at 10:10. The hands couldn’t have been more perfectly positioned. Through the ripped glass of its door was a smiley face. Or was it mocking us? Time had stopped; the clock was not … more
WARWICK FIXING A PROBLEM THAT’S NOT A PROBLEM:  Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian wants city council approval to pay Citizens Bank $152,000 for a two-year contract to open a post office “lock box” … more
CENTRAL COVENTRY FIRE BUDGET REJECTION:   Finally, a small group of people said, “enough is enough” and showed the rest of us that a community of dedicated individuals can indeed take … more
Is it right and does it make good public policy to provide tax breaks to certain companies operating in Rhode Island in return for those companies hiring new workers? That’s one of the issues … 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
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