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STORY OF THE WEEK History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes, or so the saying goes. That spurred thoughts on two different events this week. In DC, U.S. House Republicans were unable to elect … more
If you ever want to make your head spin, taking a look at Rhode Island DOT’s 2022 Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) ought to do the trick. The 73-page document outlines the … more
To the Editor, Why do so many Democrat men, many of whom are proud fathers themselves, seem so determined to stop other men from becoming fathers? I would ask newly re-elected State Rep. Evan … more
To the Editor, In response to Mr. Liddle's Letter to the Editor, I must acknowledge his accuracy in noting how enormously proud I am of my family.  However, I am greatly disappointed in his … more
To the Editor, On August 15th, 2022 I filed a complaint against Warwick Fire Union President Mike Carriero who was running for District 29 Senate.  Carriero forged his estranged wife's name … more
Memories bridge distances. That was evident last Monday when Gordon Wilmot called with the news that Alejandro Camara, two of his children and a granddaughter would be arriving at his Warwick Neck … more
Jo-Anne Schofield wore a heavy coat. Sunday, January 1 had to be the warmest day for the annual Obstaplunge and Frozen Clam Dip in its history of people running into the chilly waters of Greenwich … more
This week will mark an historic one for local inaugurations, representing both the swearing in of new top political officials in some communities and totally new practices for others. In Johnston, … more
Christmas is a great time of the year. But when all is said and done, you’re often left with a full-sized tree in your living room. If you have a real tree, you can always put it out on the … more
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