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It's time that I consult a dog whisperer, if there is such a person. I thought I pretty much knew what Ollie was thinking until the other morning. Now I'm wondering if he's psychotic. Or have I triggered some genetic switch like a broken record - more
To the Editor: Unions are decrying the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Janus vs. AFSCME case that says public employees cannot be forced to pay union fees" that are used to support causes with which they do not agree. What law allows government" more
The East Greenwich Animal Protection League is looking for gently used household items, jewelry, collectibles, anything new with tags, for a yard sale to be held on Saturday, July 21 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 44 Worthington Road in Cranston. Items can more
Any time we catch wind of a truly bipartisan effort in politics, we think it is important to highlight and recognize it. Politics, after all, should revolve around the compromises attained by people who have otherwise differing points of view on the more
Favorite village stop As Pawtuxet Village residents, members of the Gonsalves family don't have far to travel to enjoy some refreshing ice cream. Finding a cool place outside Dear Hearts Ice Cream are (from left) Giovanni Gonsalves, the uncle of more
By TARA MONASTESSE Summer camp never gets old. Just ask anyone who's been a part of the Ballroom Dance Camp, whose annual program has spent 19 years offering dance lessons to seniors. This year, from August 5-10, the Ballroom Dance Camp will be held at more
After being separated for more than a century, an artifact was finally reunited with its former church community in Rhode Island. On June 3, Asbury United Methodist Church in Warwick held a … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Two bills that will benefit local military veterans were passed by the General Assembly and officially signed by Governor Gina Raimondo this legislative session - one to revive a federal program that aims to funnel veterans into schools more
The fresh watermelon and lemonade was much appreciated and surely needed as the July heat bore down on the 26th annual Warwick Neck Parade, held on the Fourth of July. What originally started as a group of people marching in their own parade - nobody more
With an increasing number of motorcycle fatalities already this year, Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, is encouraging motorcycle operators and passengers to use more
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