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To the Editor: Concerning Eric Thorp's perceptive and profoundly important letter of May 24, regarding our treasured Constitution, I would like to add a few comments of my own. The importance and authority of the US Constitution cannot be overestimated, more
Finally, the Democratic Party is fully engaged in calling out and opposing the well-organized misinformation campaign about climate change, funded by conservative philanthropies and fossil fuel corporations in the more
To the Editor: In March of 2013, myself, wife and son miraculously survived seven times the lethal limit of carbon monoxide poisoning in our home. This near fatal experience has motivated me to … more
To the Editor: Let's get something straight, those who died in Iraq did not die for their country or in defense of it. They died for an empire challenging its imperial rivals for control of wealth, resources and markets. Khizr Khan asked Donald Trump, more
Celeste Mullane, who will have three children attending Pilgrim High School this fall made the following comments at the School Committee meeting. I have come before the School Committee and I have written numerous emails regarding my more
To the Editor: On May 3, 2016, my adult daughter, who is developmentally delayed, was dumped" at the Newport Hospital Emergency Room by the very agency that was receiving payment to take care of her. She was left there with none of her property and told" more
This narrative is being written at the request of a dear friend of John Howell, who knows that I am proud of my son Dan, and I want the world to know it. Dan always wanted to be a police officer. … more
To the Editor, It used to be that if you were a good student and worked hard, you could go to college, get a job, have a successful career, buy a home and live the American Dream. Today, that dream for millions of young people is impossible. Escalating more
We all knew there was going to be a second round of school closures. The School Committee made that clear following a consultant's report that in response to declining enrollment, consolidation could save millions on the upkeep of aging buildings while more
We're getting an introduction on how it's going to work, and that is a good thing. For if the series of roundabouts making up the Apponaug Circulator were to open all at once, it would be mass confusion. Still, the project designed to expedite 25,000 more
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