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Some days start off in a fog and end up with a clear horizon. That was literally the case Friday. Temperatures in the 50s and even the 60s were totally out of place for the day after Thanksgiving. … more
To the Editor: Because refugees are given special treatment by the United States, the number of refugees admitted each year should not be set. Admittance to the United States should be on a … more
Thanksgiving celebrations have come and gone, and the holiday countdown has entered the home stretch. No sooner had many eaten the last of their turkey and stuffing than did the new rush begin. … more
Electricity prices in New England are the highest of any region in the United States and have increased 17 to 44 percent the past decade (depending on the state). Not coincidently, New England has … more
As the Boys Scouts say, “be prepared.” Gov. Gina Raimondo and state Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti have applied that motto as the temperature drops and the prospect of winter … more
Editor’s Note: A resident of Shalom Apartments, Patricia Mitola grew up in the Midwest, receiving her undergraduate degree in health and physical education from Illinois State University and her … more
The terrorists’ attacks in Paris, France, sent shockwaves across the globe. These low-tech yet devilishly effective assaults on the residents of Paris, which resulted in 130 deaths and over 350 … more
Today’s world is more connected than ever before, but for most of us, face-to-face meetings with citizens of other nations are a rarity. Last week, a number of Rhode Islanders had an opportunity … more
Lynne Taylor didn’t have to tell me she was concerned. Lynne has worked for the Beacon for more than 30 years and only a few times have I seen her look as troubled. Something had to be terribly … more
To the Editor: I believe the heading Paid Advertisement was left off Matt Bower’s article “‘Work to rule’ a school loser.” This one-sided story depicted by Mr. Nadeau was about as … more
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