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To the Editor: Is it just me, or have Southern New England viewers been treated to a national propaganda effort by Sinclair Broadcast group, owners of Channel 10? In the past few weeks, I have seen honorable, highly credible and respected news anchors more
Michael Ian Black, whose bio line says he’s “a comedian, actor and author,” recently published an essay in the New York Times that attempted to shift some of the blame for school shootings away … more
By DAVID BOUCHARD I walk my neighborhood each and every day. Rain, snow, sleet, cold, heat, it doesn't matter, I walk. So, I appreciate a good fitting pair of shoes. I see my neighbors almost every day as I walk. They honk, wave, smile, and say hello. more
There's something about stepping into a building with a long and storied history that just feels different - something that feels special. It may be the coldness of the surrounding stone walls and flooring, and it could just be a mental symptom of more
To the Editor: Let's build new schools in Warwick! Heresy, you say? You contend that Warwick taxpayers can't afford or won't approve building new schools instead of repairing existing schools? Maybe you're wrong. Let's look at the real costs involved in more
To the Editor: In the fall of 2017, my husband Kevan and I invited Ward 7 Councilman Steve McAllister to a backyard gathering of residents of the Birches, a circle consisting of two streets, Normandy and Brunswick Drives. As a result of the latest more
To the Editor: It is my belief that since there are so few women holding legislative seats there is a large imbalance, and Sen. Calkin has the power to help that change. I think that her amazing ability to actually listen to her constituents will make more
We can all use a platform. I'm not thinking of politics, although this is the time of year candidates declare their candidacies and roll out a platform. But having a platform to start from is essential, and this winter has made that especially difficult. more
By HERB WEISS For the second consecutive year, total payments to care for individuals with Alzheimer's or other dementias will surpass $277 billion, which includes an increase of nearly $20 billion from last year, according to data reported in the more
To the Editor: A hearing on the proposal of a storage facility being built on Post Road next to Lemongrass Restaurant will be heard at City Hall on April 10 at 7 pm. This after a snowstorm postponed the original appeal scheduled on March 13. A new more
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