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Throughout the past year, we have experienced a barrage of unlikely and historic happenings and coincidences. The worst pandemic in over a century and the largest social movement for societal change in 50 years have been the marquee, ongoing events that more
By MADDISON SMITH In 2019, 1,282 measles cases were reported in thirty-one states. With a surge of cases in Rhode Island's neighboring states, the Rhode Island Department of Health is urging parents to vaccinate their children. This crisis is placing more
By LORI M. BUDNICK, CPA Especially during this exceptionally difficult year, countless non-profit organizations across the country are counting on the generosity of donors for financial support - and, as we approach the end of the year, many Americans more
We really wished that, since the start of this whole seemingly never-ending nightmare began this spring, we would never need to write this column again. We hope that those reading this who already do the right things - like wear their masks whenever more
We really wished that, since the start of this whole seemingly never-ending nightmare began this spring, we would never need to write this column again. We hope that those reading this who already do the right things - like wear their masks whenever more
Covering politics with objectivity is of crucial importance for any news outlet that seeks to provide a valuable resource for its audience. This pillar of quality journalism has been put through a rigorous stress test over the past four years. President more
Not since February 2000, when Scott Avedisian first ran in a special election for the city's top office, has there been such an unclear outcome to a mayoral election as there is this year. A variety of factors are at play, with the pandemic taking center more
Presidential candidates have long been known to try anything to win an election. The only "e;clean election"e; was the first one, where George Washington spent his entire campaign budget to purchase liquor to serve to his potential voters. (Perhaps the more
By MADDALENA CIRIGNOTTA When did Rhode Islanders consent to indefinitely sacrificing our democracy for a monarchy? Have we simply lobbed off an entire branch of government and determined checks and balances unnecessary? Is representation no longer a more
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