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The first day of spring is just around the corner, and in case you had any doubts a change of seasons is upon us, you may have spotted the robins make their short runs before abruptly stopping and pecking at some unsuspecting grub or, even better, a more
To the Editor: While the media continue to champion the legacy of Barack Obama, President Donald J. Trump is rapidly trying to end or overturn a few of his more significant disasters, such as heath care and illegal immigration. And what exactly was his more
It's 6:15 a.m. Sunday morning and life is stirring at the Knight Campus of the Community College of Rhode Island. Security are unlocking classroom rooms and turning on lights hardly 12 hours after many of the rooms were last occupied and a janitorial more
Bill Coty's personal experience with the city's rescue service puts a spotlight on a policy that is generally adhered to but on occasions is relaxed. Following the removal of his cancerous prostate, scarring developed that prevented Cote from relieving more
Now just beyond the halfway point of her first 4-year term in office, the media took to grading Governor Gina Raimondo's performance. A cross section of high-profile Rhode Islanders were asked to grade her with her obvious supporters giving her more
Our guess is that you don't know where the Tides Restaurant is unless you carefully read Tuesday's Beacon. You'd be wrong to assume that it is close to the water or even offers a glimpse of the bay. In fact, it's a windowless cavern that would be better more
Game changer" were the words Mayor Scott Avedisian used to describe Thursday's announcement that Norwegian Airlines would use Green Airport as a base for 16 weekly flights to Ireland and Scotland starting this summer. Green has experienced other "game" more
What began as a fresh start filled with possibilities is rapidly souring into a display of intolerance for a situation that has been created by years of neglect and, unfortunately, can only be corrected by a huge outlay of capital from the taxpayers. more
“Safety” is the reason given for the panhandling legislation approved by the Cranston City Council last week and now signed into law by Mayor Allan Fung. But let’s get real. Indeed, … more
It's not the norm when the Diocese of Providence calls a town hall meeting." Town hall meetings are commonly events where people air their concerns and ideas before elected officials. But a town hall meeting is the forum Bishop Thomas Tobin has selected" more
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