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To the Editor:On February 3 unsigned three-fold flyers with racist overtones were circulated around Providence and Pawtucket titled (“Negro Crime in Mayor Jorge O. Elorza’s Sanctuary City … more
I am at a loss of words at the loss of 17 innocent souls taken from this world on Wednesday. While I may not find the right words to truly express how I feel, I am filled with emotion. Sadness. … more
Carol brought up the topic of calories at dinner. She had compiled a list of what we eat and, with a little research on the internet, calculated our calorie intake. “A banana,” she said, … more
Unfortunately, sometimes it takes a tragedy before meaningful changes are made that could have prevented such a tragedy in the first place. In reference to the tragic Station Night Club Fire, … more
To the Editor: After a dismal year in the White House, Donald Trump made preposterous claims of his accomplishments during his State of the Union message. The only one that stands out is the tax reform bill, which will benefit only the top echelon of our more
To the Editor:I was thinking about “Crapponaug” the other day. For those of you who do not have to brave the area between West Shore Road or Post Road or Veteran’s Memorial Drive, … more
If human behavior teaches us anything as we progress as a society, it's that we have done nothing to deserve the unconditional love we receive from dogs and, yes contrary to popular belief, cats too. The story of a Warwick resident leaving their cat more
This past week, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza gave his third State of the City Address. The speech's resemblance to a governmental expositional was minimal. However, its similarity to a professional wrestling match was extraordinarily high. Mayor more
To the Editor:A southern California teacher – a true oxymoron – Gregory Salcido, has taken it upon himself to call members of the military “the lowest of the low.” He has … 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
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