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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
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
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, grandparents and other family members raising children, more
To the Editor: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently gave the commencement address at Northeastern University and made some startling comments that included and referenced 9/11: “There are … more
My father-in-law was right: “People are funnier than anyone.” Carol called him “Pops,” and so did I. He enjoyed being with people, and even in his days in assisted living and then a … 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
To the Editor: I would like to thank the group of over one hundred people who came out last week to my campaign kickoff. Dave's Bar and Grille was a great host, and the food was outstanding. I was truly humbled to see how many of my neighbors, friends more
While this year's presidential campaign has already defied expectations and drawn enormous attention, the political season won't come into full focus for most Rhode Islanders until later this summer and fall. The attention of many will turn to other more
The outdoors calls at this time of year, especially on a weekend. Mowing the lawn, which becomes a chore by early July, is actually to be relished. more
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