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By HEATHER COSIMINI Chasing down the perfect gifts, attending holiday parties and family gatherings, and preparing delicious meals and desserts, on top of our daily professional and personal responsibilities can leave little time for self-care. Lost in more
Each year the Champlin Foundation releases its list of organizations that will benefit from their astounding generosity, and each year we’re amazed at how great of an impact their charity has on … more
By MEGHAN MIMNAUGH Losing a loved one is always painful. It's particularly excruciating when their death was preventable. Before my mom died from a C. diff infection, I had never heard of it. She was being treated with antibiotics for pneumonia in the more
This week, the members of our communities will gather around tables for one of our most celebrated shared traditions. Marking the start of the holiday season, Thanksgiving provides an opportunity for each of us to reflect on the blessings we enjoy. It is more
The Pilgrim Senior Center offers many diversified classes. A new class that was offered in October was a creative writing class. The themes for each class varied. One of the topics was to look … more
To the Editor:At the November 20 Democratic debate, Senator Sanders said: “What the scientists are telling us, if we don’t get our act together within the next eight or nine years, … more
To the Editor: Leaders such as State Senators Michael McCaffrey and Mark McKenney and State Representative Joseph Solomon, as well as Warwick City Councilman Rick Corley, Officer Matt Moretti of the Warwick Police and Meghan Connelly of the state Office more
The most amazing thing happened today,” Carol said as soon as I opened the door. She had been waiting to tell me the news and she knows how to heighten the suspense. “He did it to me,” she … more
To the Editor:As the circus sideshow continues with the Democrats and their impeachment witchhunt more of their own corruption, lies and hate are sure to be exposed.We all know that our leadership … more
While we cannot take for granted the encouraging signs of progress that comes from the tentative agreement forged between Mayor Joseph Solomon and the membership of the Local IAFF 2748, we feel it is important to scrutinize the terms of said agreement to more
You may have heard about the Charlestown man who is suing the town of South Kingstown and one of its police officers over his arrest in June on a trespassing charge while he was collecting seaweed … more
To the Editor: Imagine the RI State Veterinarian and the RISPCA demanding to enter your home without a search warrant and if you denied them access being fined $350 per day until they obtained a search warrant. The legislation was House Bill No. 5297 more
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