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BREAKING AND ENTERING On Jan. 25 at approximately 1:27 p.m. Officer Jamey Petit was doing routine patrol in the area of West Shore Road and Buttonwoods Avenue when he heard an alarm at the Buttonwoods Service Center on West Shore Road. Upon checking the more
To the Editor: I'm the Pawtucket House Dist. 60 state rep. I fully support the proposition, we want to keep the PawSox in Pawtucket. I signed on to House Resolution H7290, which mirrors S2001 to keep the discussion ongoing in my House of Representatives. more
To the Editor: Several years ago, I wrote to this paper to explain how Rhode Island Home Care Agencies have gotten the short end of the stick for many years. In 2016 and 2017, after many years of fighting, agencies received pass-thru raises for the CNAs more
To the Editor:I am part of the silent majority. We have been silenced by political correctness (just like they used to communize Russia) imposed on us by a few fascist elitists. We are told that we … more
To the Editor: Prison Director A.T. Wall has announced his retirement date as early in 2018. He did a lot of good, I wish him well. I also wish that the governor would appoint from within the A.C.I. because those hundreds of A.C.I. staffers should have more
To the Editor: Your review of the Blizzard of '78 brought back many memories. All of us in the Walsh administration, especially, have some vivid recollections. The blizzard really brought out the best in our citizens. When my daughter's bus from Winman more
No matter how you feel about the current political climate - and the opinions vary widely just on our own Facebook page, for sure - it is undeniable that it is an interesting time in American politics. While one half of the American political world more
Ever since the announcement of Donald Trump's intentions to enter the Republican primary, this writer has been vexed at the president's lack of oratory discipline. Even in speeches which were honed by campaign committee, Trump would travel off on more
Earn honors at Coastal Carolina John Gunter and Maxwell McArdles of Warwick have been named to the president's list at Coastal Carolina University. To qualify for the President's List, students must earn a 4.0 grade point average and be enrolled full more
By AIDAN PAPINEAU Daphne is expected to attend the Women in Agriculture (WIA) Conference this upcoming March. While she is going to be at the conference, she isn't going to be moooving around. Turns out, Daphne is an acrylic cow housed at a Connecticut more
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