Editorial
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By John Donegan Last month, a bipartisan super majority of the Cranston City Council voted to not approve Mayor Ken Hopkins’ proposed Fiscal Year 2023 Budget. Members of the Cranston City … more
The passing of State Police K9 Ruby is indeed something to mourn. Ruby’s story, inspirational enough to land her national acclaim and a Netflix movie that came out this past March, is one of … more
STORY OF THE WEEK As much as the news about what sounds like a pending reversal of Roe v Wade was seismic, it wasn’t surprising; this is the very outcome that women activists and their … more
By ANDREW SCHIFF As we approach the end of the school year, students from elementary to high school are preparing for final exams. They are hoping for high marks. The best students like to show … more
D esigning a curricula that is the right combination of challenging, engaging, and well-rounded is far from an easy task for those at the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE). Regardless, … more
Surely you’ve heard the saying: “It takes a village to raise a child,” which Hillary Clinton made popular in her book “It Takes a Village and Other Lessons Children Teach … more
To The Editor, The extremist Democratic Party has given us the “Big Guy” and his reprobate team, has given us unlimited vaginal rights, has given us open borders, and is now proposing … more
To the Editor, When I read in the Providence Journal that electricity rates are going to double in October, I thought two things—that’s going to hurt our economy, and can businesses … more
To the Editor, With the constant barrage of bad news that we are currently facing try to enjoy a few of the simple pleasures that are afforded to us when Spring comes into our lives. The … more
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