Editorial
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By DIANE LeVALLEY Mother’s Day is the day when we celebrate our moms and the other women in our lives who have given us love, guidance, inspiration, and support. What we don’t often … more
The 250th celebration commemorating the burning of the HMS Gaspee will be unlike any that has come before it. Not only is the anniversary itself significant, but it coincides with the exciting … more
To the Editor, You sure do print some wild letters.  For example, I read the “Predatory Politics”  letter from April 21, 2022. I think the writer is hot under the collar … more
By PATRICIA CRINER, RN My name is Patricia Criner. I am an ICU nurse at Kent hospital and president of the Union. Our union represents over 1,500 terrific, dedicated employees. It has been very … more
I  came to a stop across from Crossroads, the former Providence YMCA building, and waited for the light to turn green to get onto the on ramp to Route 95 south. It was Sunday, the scene … more
To the Editor: Democrat state Rep. Joseph McNamara, chairman of the House Education Committee, seems determined to rob little children of their innocence. That would explain his opposition to … more
To the Editor, Warwick deserves to be well-represented in the Rhode Island Senate. We need a Senator who supports reasonable, positive change, and works with others. Who will help us move … more
To the Editor, It seems we are often surrounded by bad news in a world where it increasingly appears that people are only out for themselves. But every day all around us, there are people who … more
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