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It can be easy for an abstract concept - like time - to become lost on people. As we enter the third decade of the 2000s, this can become increasingly disorientating. How could it already be 20 years ago that we watched the ball drop on a new millennium? more
Locally, the new year began with a chilling story - one involving the murder of a Pawtucket woman with a weapon rarely encountered by law enforcement. Cheryl Smith, 54, was rushed to the hospital Jan. 1 after being shot multiple times at her home. Soon more
In a world of divisiveness, nothing can bring us together quite like national attention - the good kind, anyways. Warwick has seen enough negative national attention in the past year, with a school lunch debt issue that blew up into a mainstream fiasco more
The impending presidential election has drawn much of the attention, but the arrival of 2020 brings the countdown to another major national event - one with significant long-term implications for the Ocean State. In the weeks ahead, the U.S. Census more
It’s a disturbing trend that has become much too familiar over the past couple years, but you may never know that looking at the statistics.Just this past Saturday, a stabbing attack during a … more
Despite our highly provincial tendencies, Rhode Islanders know that no corner of our state is too far from any other - and that in many cases we can easily find common links with other residents, either through family members, friends or shared more
Despite our highly provincial tendencies, Rhode Islanders know that no corner of our state is too far from any other – and that in many cases we can easily find common links with other … more
Lovers of dramatic city politics will get a great early Christmas gift in Warwick this year. A special meeting has been called - utilizing a dusty provision within the city charter allowing a five-person City Council majority to call for one - which more
Only twice before in our nation's history has the U.S. House of Representatives impeached a president. Students of American history know that Andrew Johnson was the first to face a trial in the Senate, where he avoided removal from office by a single more
When news broke over two years ago that the Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre would be relocating from its original home in the Pawtucket Armory to the former Ocean State Theatre on Jefferson Boulevard, there was plenty of reasons to be excited about the more
For most Rhode Islanders, having food on the table is a given. But for far too many of our neighbors, missing meals is a daily reality - and a problem that an impending federal policy change appears likely to exacerbate in the months ahead. According to more
In performing their due diligence on behalf of the citizens of Warwick, we feel it appropriate to give a nod to the Warwick School Department for their ongoing professionalism and tact when it comes to allocating bond money to fix up the city's ailing more
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