Editorial
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To the Editor, I was extremely pleased to read the December 16th Editorial, “Remote Participation Must Be Allowed”. I have been asking for many months for resumption of Zoom … more
Ollie’s beseeching eyes didn’t leave us Christmas morning. While our kids now have kids of their own and have long left the house, we keep up the ritual of stockings. We don’t … more
This sick situation has provided far more questions than answers. Do you feel that phlegm in the back of your throat? Did you just sneeze? Or was that a cough? Are you suffering from an annual case of the seasonal sniffles? Or are you infected with the more
What’s in a name?  A lot!  My wife’s father, the first child born in the U.S. to her Italian immigrant grandparents, was named Americo in honor of the new land his parents would … more
To the Editor, Richard J. August's December 23 letter, "Giving up our liberties bit by bit" makes the claim that the various mask and vaccine mandates issued in response to the COVID-19 … more
Another New Year will soon be upon us, and with it comes another reason to assess the past 12 months and look ahead to what might come in the future. It has been a year rife with ups and downs. We have made progress against COVID only to see variants of more
The email hit me like Santa delivering a sack of coal. It was from the PBS Store where I had found an array of marvelous gifts. I went to PBS in search of the series "The Indian Doctor," the story of an Indian doctor and his wife arriving at a small more
To the Editor, A community Thanksgiving dinner was hosted by Iggy's Boardwalk and Bishop Hendricken High School. Partnering in the event were Mayor Frank Picozzi, the Warwick Beacon, Ocean State Job Lot, RIPTA and Antonio's Bakery. It was one of the best more
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