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When Donald John Trump was inaugurated, Americans hoped for the best. However, Donald Trump's business and public record of being a charlatan, an adulterer, an embellisher, a serial user of bankruptcy protection against creditors, and an impetuous and more
To the Editor: Once again Memorial Day has come and gone, leaving behind a hint of fading pseudo patriotism that will soon fade quickly into disinterest and apathy. Once the parades have ended and the various festivities have been blown away the more
Midnight rides can be the worst and, then again, they can be the best. Actually Ted and I got on the road while it was still light, but we knew this was going to be a long haul and it wouldn't be until the early morning hours that we'd reach our more
With a Federal Supreme Court ruling coming down in May, the state is officially headed into uncharted waters, but we will luckily have some fellow states testing the currents before we plunge our own raft down the rapids of legal sports gambling. The more
To the editor: Firefighting is routinely ranked as one of the most physically and emotionally demanding occupations. A COS (Change of Shift) is a simple action taken that has no impact on taxpayer fiscal liability... more
To the Editor: Warwick's new mayor, Joseph Solomon, must feel as if he just replaced the captain of the Titanic. Republican Scott Avedisian, the former mayor, steered the city directly into a fiscal iceberg, then jumped onto the first available lifeboat... more
It can be argued that what separates human beings from the rest of the animal kingdom is how we treat those who are incapable of adequately caring for themselves... more
To the Editor: Education is the great societal equalizer. We either value it or we don't and over the last several years, I have publicly questioned and will continue to question how much this community actually values education. In 1964 Ronald Reagan more
By REP. NICHOLAS A. MATTIELLO It seems that every generation has its own epidemic to battle. But unlike polio or cholera, the tragic epidemic of our time is one of our own making. Responsible for an estimated 115 deaths every day, the opioid epidemic is more
I never would have seen the face of Army Captain Ralph Harting III of Union Lake, Mich. or met Buddhist monk Kan Thy if it hadn't been for the wind Friday afternoon... more
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