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Ollie met a cow this weekend. It wasn't the first encounter with the bovine species so we had a good idea what to expect. And fortunately it wasn't an up close connection, either. I don't know what would have happened under such circumstances. On Friday more
To the Editor: The Warwick Beacon’s large front page article “Ladouceur requests RIDE investigation of special education” (11/8/16) was a disgraceful affront to our beautiful students and … more
To the Editor: What is happening to the Warwick Public Schools? They used to be one of the best in the state. Now, substitutes are reluctant to sub in the schools. Teacher morale is going down rapidly. I have been a Warwick resident since 1964 and am a more
You have got to see this South County band, The Moonstones, at the Courthouse Center for the Arts on Saturday, November 12, at 8 p.m. With a mix of rock, alternative rock, '90s rock and original rock, The Moonstones are tearing up the town. These Rhode more
By the time of the publication of this editorial, the election will be over and the 45th president of the United States will have been chosen. Whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will take the oath on Jan. 20 next year, the next president will be more
To the Editor: It is with the deepest appreciation that I write this letter thanking you and Charlie Hall for supporting me and everyone's First Amendment right of free speech without the fear of intimidation. I've received an inhuman level of attacks by more
As Veterans Day approaches, I want to recall our own veteran. Charles E. Potter Jr., grew up in Warwick and Providence, Rhode Island near the shore. He often saw the ships pass down the bay and watched ships come and go from the Providence shipyard. As a more
Any time now, the signs should come down. On the national level, pundits sought to rationalize their misreading of Trump's popularity as the standard bearer of change by calling this an election that will go down in the history books, an anomaly. Indeed, more
It pays not to know how much gas is in your tank. Really, there's a lot to be said for uncertainty. I've been living with it ever since the gas gauge on my 1962 356 Porsche, which I've owned since 1965, broke some 25 years ago. Of course, the Germans more
Rhode Island has made great strides over the past two years in building momentum for our state's economic comeback and our ports have been on the leading edge of those efforts. Already proven success stories, we need to invest more
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