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My late Irish grandmother felt that if her grandsons were to grow up to be gentlemen, she had to engrain manners and morals in them. Elbows off the table, always hold the door open for a lady, do not speak with your mouth full, say please and thank you, more
The story has a consistent theme - Warwick single-family home sales outpace any other city or town in the state. In the month of May the totals were even higher than customary, with a total of 142 Warwick single-family homes selling as compared to more
To the Editor: Seeing the longest day of the year, June 21, is behind us it brings me to reflect on the brevity of life. At this time, when life and all of nature are in full flower, the summer … more
To the Editor: Allow me to congratulate Peter Kilmartin on continuing the fine tradition of the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office, of stonewalling, obfuscation and the denial of justice for … more
To the Editor: It's time to start thinking of better ways to reduce our carbon footprint as a nation. We emit thousands of tons of harmful gasses into the atmosphere each year and very little is being done to reduce our carbon output. As a way to more
To the Editor: Have any of the liberal left, those who have a soft spot in their heart for everyone and anyone, noticed what a marvelous time their ex-president is having? This man and his family were America's answer to Mother Theresa and Mahatma Gandhi more
To the Editor: Working together to benefit the taxpayers of Warwick, last month the City Council passed an ordinance that will directly support local businesses. The ordinance addresses the solicitation of bids for the city. While reviewing bids on the more
To the Editor: As we enter the last week of legislative session, it is more important now than ever for Rhode Island residents to call their state senators and encourage them to vote yes" on H-6023. This is a modest anti-cruelty bill that will allow" more
To the Editor: I grew up in Buttonwoods. I went to Park School in the '60s. I rode my bike on Metropolitan Drive, playing with my cousins, who lived down the street. I have great memories of those days. I remember another time in Buttonwoods, too. more
The distant thunder was troubling, but then it had become part of the July Fourth weekend. It didn't stop us from swimming, walking, paddle boarding and an evening campfire, although it was a challenge with everything so wet from repeated soaking. In" more
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