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Doing the impossible is nothing different to New England. Religious tolerance seemed improbable until the Pilgrims sailed across the ocean blue. Independence seemed astronomical until the guns were quieted at Yorktown and the British flew the white flag. more
The following is an open letter to URI President David Dooley and the exchange that followed: Dear President Dooley: It is absolutely outrageous that you have announced that you will not enforce President Trump's immigration order! This is absolutely more
The ongoing investigation into Russian influence pertaining to the 2016 general election, the firing of former FBI Director James B. Comey, the supposed breaching of the emoluments statutes by the Trump family or organization, and the president's more
To the Editor: Make no mistake about it America, on January 20, with a new president being sworn in, We the People" have a unique and sacred role to bring our nation back to the power and influence it once held on the world stage. On the beginning of" more
To the Editor: It doesn't matter if you're a Christian, Jew, Muslim, atheist, etc.but we should all be totally outraged over what happened at the Crowne Plaza the weekend of February 17-19. (See Beacon February 14, Reported Orgy at Crowne Plaza Worries" more
Not to be outdone by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in a chance to receive national recognition, our Governor Gina Raimondo has proposed a free public institution tuition program for Rhode Island students. The Rhode Island's Promise Scholarship Program more
To the Editor: Energize Rhode Island Act (H5369/S365) is a landmark bill that would apply a simple and transparent fee on carbon pollution in our state, in coordination with similar bills being … 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
After an involved and careful negotiating process between the City of Pawtucket and the Pawtucket Red Sox Triple-A Baseball Team, a new stadium proposal has been presented. Unlike the original proposal for a Providence stadium in 2015, this version is more
Last Thursday, the City Council of Providence unanimously passed a new public safety ordinance called the “Community Safety Act (CSA).” After a an Attorney General review and a second council … more
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