Editorial
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Time for the public to look at redistricting One thing can be said for sure about the redistricting process that occurs once every decade in Rhode Island - it's going to ruffle feathers one way or another. Ongoing questions about the objectivity of the more
Barbara Corcoran called Monday morning to report that residents of Sparrow's Point 1 housing had collected toys for the Warwick Police Toy Drive and that officers would be coming later in the day to pick them up. Barbara didn't need to convince me that more
 No quick fix to housing need, but we must continue working By SPEAKER K. JOSEPH SHEKARCHI In my first year as House Speaker, I’m proud of the way we worked together as a chamber to … more
A common thread of darkness has suspended over the country in recent years, highlighted by tangible health concerns due to COVID-19 and more abstract fears related to our growing sense of ideological division within our states, smaller communities and more
The school administration couldn't have made a better choice to be a high school principal than Gerry Habershaw. For starters he was big, not just in stature but in his presence. You knew Gerry was there. He was so much more. He listened. He was fair. He more
To the Editor, Over the past few months I've been working with residents to support their efforts in bringing responsibly sited renewable solar energy to Warwick. This work has reignited my hope that we can govern with transparency, cooperation, and more
 To the Editor, On November 6, 2021 at the Radisson Hotel in Warwick, Rhode Island the launching of our books "A Mother's Blessing, Family Comes First" and "Billy And Dad" along with Books … more
Ode to a Hurricane Patriot                      (a spiritual text from his students)          You covered … more
The mail can make you laugh at this time of year. We get tons of catalogues starting in September and not subsiding until after Christmas. It all ends up on the dining room table where occasionally it spills out on the floor if we're not careful. Even more
To the Editor, The YMCA has become my family. Yesterday was my 80th birthday. Henry passed away six months ago. The leisure learning singing group was cancelled. I went home with my lunch, ginger ale, PBJ sandwich, Chex mix and a brownie. My daughter was more
The mail can make you laugh at this time of year. We get tons of catalogues starting in September and not subsiding until after Christmas. It all ends up on the dining room table where occasionally it spills out on the floor if we're not careful. Even more
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