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To the Editor: I was born in New York City in 1948. That would make me part of the baby boomer" generation. I have read recently letters to the editor asking where has the country that I grew up in gone. Here are a few examples of how it has become the" more
To the Editor: Facts are stubborn things was the theme of Chris Curran's op-ed piece in Beacon Communications papers on Thursday, 12/21 - except that most were invented by him. His first fact was that Trump has formed an oligarch in his administration. more
Thomas Shaw, Late Bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts, and a member of the society of St. John the Evangelist, posted a series of videos on YouTube called A Monk in the Midst." He spoke in one of these videos about an encounter he had with a man" more
It's before 7 a.m. the Saturday before Christmas. The windshield is glazed with ice and it's raining slightly. I expect to find the roads clear, but I'm mistaken. I have to wait for a break in the traffic on West Shore Road, although I'm glad to see more
State government officials are well aware that something needs to be done to avoid ending the fiscal year in a multi-million dollar deficit, but there's little guarantee about whether or not there's enough time left to maneuver the ship away from that more
Two small tots snug in bed Cold outside, cozy within Adult voices below Lift children's excited giggles of happy present and future hopes. Under the warmth of blankets, Santa and Christmas form in each head. Two adults whisper hopes, dreams, problems, more
On numerous nights before Christmas, In Providence's Collier Park, People gather together And stand around in the dark. Mr. Picozzi is NOT nestled All snug in his bed. For Frank has other ideas Dancing around in his head. The time is 8:20 pm. Cars and more
There's something so joyous about finding something out in the wild - whether that's an expansive stretch of greenspace or simply a windowsill along a route you sometimes walk in the city - that has a message seemingly just for you. Such a find can more
According to Merriam-Webster's Dictionary, an oligarchy is a government in which power is in the hands of a few. Its second definition is a government where policy serves a small group of wealth holders with primacy. Two significant changes in government more
To the Editor: This year I had trouble getting into the Christmas spirit. As I write this commentary, I look back at the past year and I ask myself why. During the last election, it became so apparent to me, how our country is so divided in our beliefs more
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