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This was the kind of snow that snow blowers are made for. It was dry, light and fluffy. But did we need so much of it? And then we had the wind to contend with, lots of wind. Yes, the thought that maybe this storm could get away from us crossed my mind. more
To the Editor, While perusing through a box marked “memorabilia” on an ordinary January Sunday morning, I noticed some things that seemed to pertain to World War II and my … more
 To the Editor, There once was a fortunate young man who had several loving siblings.  When he turned twenty, his parents asked him to leave the family home so more of the family’s … more
We suppose it wouldn't be a new year in post-pandemic America without some serious action early on in the calendar. Citizens across the Eastern Seaboard got their fill (and then some) of wintry wonder after this past weekend's storm lived up to its more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The chain reaction set off by U.S. Rep. Jim Langevin's decision not to seek re-election has resounded throughout Rhode Island. General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, once described as the top Democratic rival to Gov. Dan McKee, jumped into more
News travels fast in Rhode Island. So fast, in fact, that sometimes we don't properly reflect on the news itself before moving onto the reaction regarding the news and looking ahead to the ramifications of any given event. It seems that fast-paced desire more
"There's a bat in the cave." The comment from Dr. David McCann quite obviously directed at me had me bewildered. What was he referencing, was he looking for me to help him in some way? Or was he referring to my son Ted who was lying prone on the couch in more
To the Editor, Let’s codify Covid’s rare silver lining. Easier voting-by-mail and early in-person voting – 2020’s emergency measures set to expire – preserved … more
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