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On a nice weekend, I will ride my motorcycle for a few hours to clear my head and reflect on the previous week at the State House. Our vehicles are much more than a mode of transportation. For many of us, they are a place of more
In 1992, justices of the Rhode Island Supreme Court declared unanimously that prior to the Ethics Commission, “widespread breaches of trust, cronyism, impropriety, and other violations of ethical … more
To the Editor: As a citizen, taxpayer and teacher in the City of Warwick, I am very disappointed and dismayed by the decision of the School Committee to give notice of a special meeting at 4 p.m. on Friday and their decision to hold the meeting at 7 a.m. more
To the Editor: As Warwick Veterans Memorial High comes to a close, so do some of the traditions. Among them is the annual awarding of the MacNaught Memorial Scholarship. On August 7, 1970, 1st Lieutenant Robert W. MacNaught an Airborne Infantry Ranger more
To the Editor: Already in 2016, four Rhode Islanders have been killed in domestic violence homicides. In the last 10 years, 54 lives were lost to domestic violence murders in Rhode Island. These tragedies are all the more abhorrent because we know more
It's a special time in Rhode Island. Winter has faded into the rearview mirror, and we look ahead to long, bright days spent enjoying the outdoors in the company of loved ones and friends. As the sun shines on our state, so does our sense of community more
Throughout our nation's history, Americans have hoped that the casting of their vote will eventually lead to the possibility of a better life for themselves and their families. Each of us strives to choose a candidate for the presidency who most reflects more
Since the ’50s we have come a long way from the nuclear family. No more is the norm a father and mother with 2.5 children. We see more and more families having one or no children, single parents, … more
To the Editor: The proposed legislation Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (S. 2497 and H. 7771) and revised Nursing Compact (H. 8077) are a set of wolves in sheep clothing. Beyond the flowery introduction, these proposed laws transfer legislative more
Since the '50s we have come a long way from the nuclear family. No more is the norm a father and mother with 2.5 children. We see more and more families having one or no children, single parents, grandparents and other family members raising children, more
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