December 22, 2014
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To trim the budget, lawmakers may suspend a critical element of America’s missile defenses. But gutting this core national security technology – the “Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle” – would … more
While there was widespread coverage of certain legislative initiatives this year, such as the master lever, NECAP graduation requirements, and, of course, naming calamari Rhode Island’s official … more
It was September 1994, and I had never imagined myself sitting alone in the crowded and chaotic basement of Traveler’s Aid Society, now known as Crossroads in downtown Providence, waiting to get my … more
With an all-out push for policies and strategies that attract new business to Rhode Island, it doesn’t make sense that the state would want to welcome new firms here by handing them an annual tax … more
While serving as Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) Commissioner, Deborah A. Gist earned her Ed.D. in June of 2012. Her dissertation, “An Ocean State Voyage: A Leadership Case Study … more
Recently, the University of Rhode Island hosted representatives from many of Rhode Island’s top manufacturing companies to recognize National Manufacturing Day. The range of products represented … more
Those of you who have driven by City Hall at night recently have likely noticed that the clock tower is bathed in a pink glow as we join other municipalities throughout Rhode Island to highlight … more
Two decades ago, Boston Harbor was widely considered the dirtiest harbor in America. Sewage and pollution from local industry made it unsafe to fish or swim in the harbor or the Charles River. But … more
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