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To the Editor: For the record, it does not bother me much when I see a fire truck at Stop & Shop. I know that they are supposed to shop on their own time and I have discussed this issue with a few dozen firefighters and have drawn the conclusion that more
To the Editor: So, when is enough, enough? Everyday it's something with this school department. This morning [Friday] I receive a text and a photo from a friend at Vets. It is showing sewerage on the floor of a classroom. I called the superintendent at more
I looked down from the dinner table and as soon as I did, his tail twitched. Ollie had been watching intently. He had slipped quietly into the room, but I could feel his presence and now he knew I had his attention. In a whisper, barely audible, I said, more
On Feb. 27, just about a month before the Affordable Health Care Act was pulled from the House floor, President Donald Trump had a notable quote about the reform he vowed to bring on his first day in office. Nobody knew health care could be so" more
By JESSICA DAVID Reading the news over the last several weeks has reminded me that there is a Roger-resurgence happening in Rhode Island. Roger Williams, that is. There is much to admire about Roger Williams. His vision and determination built the more
The City Council made the right move in granting the balance of a $25 million approved by voters in 2006 that will be used to replace the heating system and install air exchangers at Veterans Memorial Junior High School among a list of other less costly more
This past week, President Trump released his proposed federal budget. The shockwaves from the content of budget cuts were felt well beyond the beltway. Representatives from both political parties took umbrage from what can only be described as draconian more
By SEN. LOUIS DiPALMA As a member of the Democratic Party, I firmly believe that we must not become the Party of No. I absolutely want our party to be successful and grow, but what I don't want, nor do our constituents want and what they don't deserve is more
To the Editor: My wife and I recently moved to Rhode Island and are enjoying every aspect of our life in the Ocean State. I am blessed to serve as the pastor for St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church and Bethany Ministry in Warwick. I began my ministry more
To the Editor: On March 5, 2017, at the Rite Aid located at 1201 Warwick Ave., 18-year-old Rite Aid employee Alyssa Garcia was brutally attacked. The coward snuck up behind her and stabbed her at least eight times (Chief McCartney, Warwick Police more
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