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To the Editor; It has been a little over a month since Woodbury Union Church fire, and in this past month so much love has poured out from the hearts of those who truly care about the meaning of our church. A couple of weeks ago, Derek, of Warwick Tree more
By Harold Pease, Ph.D The federal government desperately needs to diet. Much of our spending is constitutionally dubious and it is immoral to pass our national debt, now exceeding $21 trillion, to our yet unborn children. We need to return to more
Just because you can encapsulate your entire point of view on any given subject into 280 characters, really, should you? Perhaps one of the most intriguing phenomena in modern society - only in the last 10 years has this even become a thing" - is how" more
Bread has been called the “staff of life” but not until visiting my son in Chicago over the weekend did I discover that it can also be the yeast of relaxation. Jack, Jen and their two children … more
If the size of a crowd is any indication, politics in Rhode Island – while it may be a topic of conversation around holiday dinner tables – is certainly not a spectator sport. The second … more
“This is scary,” I said to Carol. She looked at me, questioning. I looked at my watch again. It was 3 a.m. Friday and precisely as forecast, it started to rain. How can they get it down … more
The Providence Journal recently published an editorial entitled, “China heads for the moon.” It warned that China, with its recent launch of a space probe that will land an unmanned rover … more
We humans are creatures of habit. We set alarm clocks to off at the same time each morning, go through the same routines to get ready for work and most of us listen to the same few radio stations in … more
On Wednesday the Rhode Island Department of Education released a comprehensive analysis of every school in every district in the state, assigning a star rank to every school in order to provide an … more
By HERB WEISS Over a week ago, AARP Travel released the long-awaited results of its annual travel trend survey, examining travel behaviors across generations, looking at expectations and planning among Baby Boomers (ages 54 to 72), Gen Xers (38 to 53), more
By JOHN A. JACKSON As I look back on my 46-year involvement with this school that I have loved since I was a 14-year-old freshman in 1967, my heart is filled with gratitude. Bishop Hendricken has changed thousands of young men's lives for the better, more
“It’s something how we have so many more friends at this time of year,” Carol said as she sorted through all that had been stuffed in our mailbox earlier in the day. She wasn’t talking … more
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