Editorial
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School vacation week made for some swift journeys across the Washington Bridge. STORY OF THE WEEK As the state awaits a forensic review of what went wrong with the Washington Bridge, the … more
To the Editor, Apparently, our attorney general, Peter Neronha, thinks judges are incapable of deciding the guilt or innocence of defendants who appear before them. Or, he at least thinks that … more
The sun is coming in the house, The laughing daffies know it. Their vase was set with care last night, So morning light would show it. They brightly flourish, Souls they nourish, Fighting … more
Sad. That was the word that came to mind when the news hit social media that the city’s longest serving mayor, Scott Avedisian, had left the scene of a minor accident at the drive thru of … more
Rhode Island’s housing affordability problem has resulted primarily from a lack of housing production over a long period of time. The Ocean State ranked 38th among states in per capita housing … more
By Rep. JOSEPH McNAMARA A neighbor recently approached me and said, “I don’t think it’s right that I have to pay $6,000 to just chew my food when I have dental … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: For a long time, it seemed as if Scott Avedisian was destined to be mayor in perpetuity of Warwick. He could be counted on to win re-election as a genial GOP moderate, even amid … more
As reported in last week’s Warwick Beacon, Warwick residents and officials seeking to gain some more insight and accountability into the goings on of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) … more
Surely, in this age of cell phones and multiple means of communication, you’ve never felt helplessly unconnected. But that’s what happened to me last week.. No, there wasn’t a … more
When Rhode Island voters went to the polls earlier this week to participate in the presidential primary, they saw ballots with multiple options but only one choice. Of the seven candidates who … more
We can fight many things in life.  We as a society and human race have cured diseases, fought wars, put men on the moon and have made strides in all areas of human life. We all have at one time, … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: “We’re leaving no stone unturned as far as accountability,” Gov. Dan McKee said last Friday, as he unveiled Max Wistow and Jonathan Savage as the lawyers who will … more
To the Editor, It's unbelievable!  Living quietly in Warwick was a man convicted of two murders.  Yet our city's residents were unaware until he committed an assault and robbery on … more
To the Editor, The following is a poem I generated from AI in less than 15 seconds by typing in" Italian family - love".  As an educator for more than 40 years, this was an … more
To the Editor, In his letter of March 14 (“Supreme Court rules!”) Richard Corrente states it was “Colorado Democrats that tried to remove Trump from the ballot” when, in … more
As soon as I saw Pete Fontaine open the office door, a smile spread across his face, I knew he was up to something. It was the day before Thanksgiving and everyone was pressing to meet deadline … more
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