Editorial
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To the Editor, It can be easy to forget that progress in the fight against cancer happens in more than just the doctor’s office. Even lawmakers can play a part in ensuring cancer patients … more
To the Editor, Are members of the Democratic Party teaching our children how to cheat? I think that is the terrible lesson the kids are learning from the Democrats’ political persecution … more
This is a column I never really thought about writing. After all I believe it is in our DNA not to think of the end – and when most of us do, we believe there won’t be an end. So, as … more
With an overwhelming vote in favor of amendments to the existing Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights legislation, the state of Rhode Island has finally taken an important step towards more … more
Now that I have finally had the chance to catch my breath, I would like to extend my most sincere appreciation and gratitude for the outpouring of support that my family and I have received during … more
Our house has become a series of barricades. There’s the fence designed to keep toddlers in a room across the bottom of the stairs, the gate that isolates the kitchen and the table top procured … more
To the Editor, RIAC agenda for the upcoming meeting shows that the "rotary" is far from settled.  RIAC is extending its contract with CHA Consulting for the design of that rotary to the … more
To the Editor, In the beautiful landscape of Rhode Island, there is an underlying crisis within our education system. The crisis is chronic absenteeism, this term is defined as missing 10% or … more
No state program poses a greater fiscal challenge to Rhode Island than its Medicaid program, which provides indispensable healthcare services to over one in three Rhode Islanders, including our most … more
Hope springs eternal this time of year — for lovers of warmer weather and scores of starry eyed students looking to make the next leap upwards in their academic or professional careers. … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Pro-Palestinian protests at Brown University came to a peaceful end last week – a contrast to the mass arrests and disorder seen on many campuses across the country. Isabella … more
The prospect of repairing or fully replacing the Washington Bridge has created greater urgency to address Rhode Island’s diminishing ability to pay for its transportation infrastructure. … more
To the Editor, A common concern with the Safe Firearm Storage Bill (S-2202) & (H-7373) making its way through the General Assembly pertains to having immediate access to a gun for … more
While the vast majority of older adults have Medicare, they still have significant out-of-pocket costs. Medicare Part B Premiums alone amount to $2,100 a year. Add in deductibles, co-payments and the … more
I hadn’t planned on this and it’s a title that I’ll gladly give up. But the latest experience has given me another neither intended nor sought insight to the world of medicine. … more
There’s a new generation of film producers emerging in Rhode Island. They will be a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood, New York and the global film industry in general. We always … more
There’s no denying the arrival of spring once the cherry blossoms bloom and spiked cleats begin digging into the dirt at local Little League diamonds across the state. This past weekend, … more
I took the time to personally visit the so-called pallet village, on Victor Street in Providence. I can’t help but come to the conclusion; the same people who contrived this idea may also be … more
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