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By SEN. LOUIS DiPALMA As a member of the Democratic Party, I firmly believe that we must not become the Party of No. I absolutely want our party to be successful and grow, but what I don't want, nor do our constituents want and what they don't deserve is more
To the Editor: My wife and I recently moved to Rhode Island and are enjoying every aspect of our life in the Ocean State. I am blessed to serve as the pastor for St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church and Bethany Ministry in Warwick. I began my ministry more
To the Editor: On March 5, 2017, at the Rite Aid located at 1201 Warwick Ave., 18-year-old Rite Aid employee Alyssa Garcia was brutally attacked. The coward snuck up behind her and stabbed her at least eight times (Chief McCartney, Warwick Police more
To the Editor: Representatives McNamara, Shanley, and Bennett recently sent out a press release accusing (unnamed) individuals of spreading false information" concerning the proposed legislation on abortion. They state that the proposal will "not allow" more
Neither of the options looked feasible. We could delay scoring the Rhode Island Academic Decathlon, held Sunday, March 12 at CCRI for a couple of days, which would mean elimination of the awards ceremony and the thrill of the event as students are called more
They can be seen down every road in Rhode Island, endangering the lives of those around them. No, not potholes. People who are texting and driving. It is amazing with all of the innovations that have been made to vehicles over the past century, a task more
A day to wear red On Wednesday, March 1, Representative Chris Blazejewski introduced a resolution to officially declare for a first time March as Bleeding Awareness Disorders Month in Rhode Island. Meagan Murray, Warwick resident (third on left), and her more
The Gout Exxchange, a free, educational dinner program about managing chronic gout will be hosted Wednesday in order to help others learn more about chronic gout, hear from a healthcare provider about a medication that may help treat chronic gout, hear more
At the time of year when colleges are sending out financial aid packages, the Rhode Island Foundation is offering students and their families more than $1.8 million in scholarships. Dozens of individual, family and organizational donors established more
“That was excellent entertainment and some great food, too!” Manny Mihailides – along with 100 other people – offered similar assessments of the Tri-City Elks annual St. Patrick’s … more
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