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To the Editor: I am soon to be 66, a bachelor, and never married. But I am also vice president of the town council in Hopkinton, as well as chair of the local town committee of the Republicans. The school lunch issue payments are not an issue limited to more
To the Editor: The debate over gun control, gun violence and gun rights refers repeatedly to the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights. While we keep arguing over and over on this controversial issue, no action has been taken to stop the killing of more
What a fate. It's hard to imagine that I'm out of projects. I'm blaming it on another rainy weekend day. At this time of year when there's so much to do, I had the projects lined up from planting the garden, trimming dead branches and readying the pool more
The revolutionary spirits runs deep in Rhode Island. In May 1776, it became the first of the 13 American colonies to formally renounce its ties to the British crown. It was four years prior, however, in June 1772, that one of the formative events of the more
Westbay Farm, operated by Westbay Community Action at 1331 Centerville Road, Warwick will hold its annual plant sale May 25 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The farm, run by Steve Stycos, produced more than 22,000 pounds of produce for the Westbay Marketplace last more
A trio of support AT&T, a longtime supporter of the Rhode Island Academic Decathlon stepped up to the plate again this year with a $5,000 donation. The money will help pay for the competition that was held March 10 as well as testing materials and meals more
In recognition of National Bike Month, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority’s (RIPTA) Commuter Resource RI team launched its 3rd Annual “Bike to Work Week,” Monday and ending on Bike to … more
Celebrating older Americans It was a spring feeling, made all the more lively with the music of the Pilgrim Four, as Rose Jones, director of the Division of Elderly Affairs, visited the Pilgrim Senior Center on May 1 to mark the beginning of Older more
By JOHN HOWELL Patricia Aylesworth, Warwick director of elections, is not alarmed by a Providence Journal report that Rhode Island voter rolls had nearly 8,000 more people registered to vote in November than U.S. citizens old enough to vote. It's a" more
By MAX FRAZIER Family and friends and even Cranston Mayor Allan Fung turned out Friday when Chinese-American veteran Philip Lee was honored for his service during World War II. Lee, the former owner of the Islander Restaurant on West Shore Road, is a more
CHOKING INFANT SAVED Two Warwick Police officers are being credited with helping to save the life of a 16-month-old girl. According to a statement, Officer Brian Holleran and Officer Anthony D'Abrosca were at the Kohl's department store at 650 Bald Hill more
Additional troopers will be assigned to focus on enforcement of the state's seat belt laws as part of the national Click It or Ticket highway safety campaign from May 13 to June 2 Colonel James M. Manni, superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police more
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