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To the Editor: What climate crisis? For the past fifty years, fear-mongering climate change fanatics have tried to scare us into believing that we are only one or two years away from total climate catastrophe. It hasn't happened. Weather wise, we have so more
STORY OF THE WEEK: "Money, it's a gas," sang Pink Floyd. As we edge closer to an election year in Rhode Island, two different money matters remain in high effect: piles of federal dollars are flowing into states, setting the stage for possible more
Dreams are such a wonderful part of life. I'm not talking about hopes and aspirations that indeed enrich our lives, giving us goals and purpose. They could be big dreams like starting a business, learning how to play an instrument, sailing across the more
To the Editor: Last week the Warwick Planning Board held an important and well-attended meeting to review a proposed solar siting ordinance and related changes to the City's Comprehensive Plan. The proposed ordinance is a big win for Warwick with three more
To the Editor: Soon we will be celebrating Thanksgiving Day 2021. A time for visiting with family and friends, attending a holiday football game or contributing to another's dinner through financial or physical presence. This year we are still going more
To the Editor: IF: everyone who should get vaccinated would do so, then we could all begin to safely move forward. It is free and it is safe. Let us practice our various faiths … more
The release of RICAS standardized test scores across Rhode Island have demonstrated in a most shocking way that our worst fears regarding COVID's effect on education have proven true. With few exceptions, districts across the state saw significant more
The lawn was frosted early Sunday morning and mist rose mystically from the bay, like a steaming pot. Only it was chilly. The sky was brightening and the southern horizon glowed orange. I had remembered to set the clocks back an hour the night before, more
To the Editor: The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act was a huge win for our country, state, and city. Through the passing of this legislation, Rhode Island will receive roughly $8.5 billion in federal funding over the next five years. Infrastructure more
By MAJ. GEN. CHRIS CALLAHAN Since COVID-19 took hold in the United States in March 2020, the term "unprecedented" has been used countless times to describe never-before-seen events and challenges. To add to the applications of the term, we apply a more
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