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To the Editor, Thank God this Christmas season for Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia who has said that he cannot support the Build Back Better Bill that was approved by the Democrat House including Langevin and Cicciline, and every Democrat Senator more
To the Editor, Responding to announcements by his challengers for the Democrat nomination for governor in 2022, Governor McKee issued a new "masks in public places" mandate on December15th. Despite the apparent urgency of the "crisis' the mandate goes more
In the tiniest of hands we find strength. In The Whisper Of The Wind, we hear God. Things are not as they appear, With the God that I hold dear. In the Still of the Night, He speaks to me Not in white noise of media and TV. We hear too much but don't more
Are we suffering from a dearth of Christmas spirit? It's not a question I would have thought of asking a couple of weeks ago. After all it's not until after Thanksgiving that is seems appropriate to get a tree, put out the lights and shop for gifts. I more
Remote participation must be allowed There have been very few silver linings throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but realizing the potential of remote participation in municipal meetings has been one of significance. During the statewide lockdowns of more
To the Editor, This year the celebration of Christmas may be subdued due to the many concerns our country is presently facing. The devastating tornadoes in the Midwest with its huge loss of life and property, the new strains of the virus pandemic which more
To the Editor,  I served with the 101st Airborne Division 1968 – 1969 in the northern part of Vietnam close to the DMZ.  The higher ups referred to the region as I Corp. We … more
By DENISE PANICHAS By the time this article appears, The Samaritans of Rhode Island, a suicide prevention education and grief support program established in 1977, would have participated in its 9th annual "Cross the Bridge to Hope" at the 2021 Pell more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The jockeying for Rhode Island's 2022 election season is well under way, although it's impossible to know how much things may change by the primary next September. Gov. Dan McKee retains the benefits of incumbency -- something that more
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