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To the Editor: I turned 45 last week. As best I know, I've spent all of my birthdays in Rhode Island. This one was no different - as usual, I spent part of my day on the same stretch of the Providence River and Upper Bay where I've swam, sailed, fished, more
To the Editor: Warwick owes a HUGE thank you to Bobby Matorelli, Jr. and his company, Matorelli Property Services! Recently, he took a large dumpster and all of his employees to Conimicut Point Beach to conduct a no-charge cleanup. Joining him were more
To the Editor: Now is not the time to sit on the sidelines. While much of the country has tunnel vision towards the presidential election in November, it is imperative to also look to local races for much of the tangible change we hope to see in our more
By LAURA WEICK A former state senator is seeking to reclaim her District 39 seat from the incumbent during Sept. 8's Democratic primary: another race that will determine how progressive the state's Democratic Party will look in 2021. In 2016, Jeanine more
To the Editor, I'm writing to urge Ward 9 voters to vote for Zach Colón for Warwick City Council. Even before Mr. Merolla announced he was giving up his seat, Mr. Colón saw that … more
To the Editor: For the past few months I have had to endure the endless ranting of a group of idiots who are truly not living in the same world as most of us. Their new slogan is to defund the police. I am quite sure that most of them along with their more
By CINDY FERA In March when this pandemic started, I was really depressed. It shut down my bed-and-breakfast business and left me feeling isolated and alone. My "e;Walk and Talk"e; at Rocky Point also came to a screeching halt. Luckily, I had my daughter and more
By DON FOWLER We all remember when Rep. Joe McNamara sponsored a bill to make calamari the official state appetizer. While the press had fun with the bill, it passed, and America learned more about the lowly squid. The Calamari Kid has struck again, more
Ollie is looking for answers, but how do you answer when you don't know the question? The first indication that our rescue dog is having trouble with this pandemic came at 2:30 a.m. It was soon after the governor's stay-at-home order of mid-March. more
To the Editor: I have listened and read almost everything about students returning to in-person classes. Having been keenly interested in our schools for fifty years and having recently served eight years on the Warwick School Committee, I submit some more
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