Editorial
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To the Editor, As a Rhode Island voter and taxpayer, I am utterly bewildered over the lack of legislative action on the Secure Storage bill, “held for further study” last year, and … more
To the Editor, Within a recent “Political Scene: The campaign contributions of Washington Bridge contractors”, Patrick Anderson & Katherine Gregg, is an extremely disturbing … more
Voice a complaint about the health system and without prompting you’re bound to get nods of agreement and a tale or two that is one better than the experience you just recounted. It seems like … more
If democracy dies in darkness, that logic should dictate that government thrives under direct sunlight. Such is the theory championed and emphasized during Sunshine Week, occurring right now … more
When Logan Brown was born prematurely, he weighed less than a pound. “The doctors didn’t give us much hope that he would live,” says his mother, Elsbeth. Now age 19, Logan is … more
To the Editor, It’s been said that all lives are failures in some degree or another. Somewhere along the line we lose our edge and even when we achieve, the compromises we’ve made … more
Ever notice how the most terrifying of situations can be comically funny? The movies are great at creating such humor. Moments when seemingly there’s no way of avoiding a catastrophe, you … more
If ever there was a worthy cause for taking righteous outrage to the vitriolic world of social media, the recent string of animal abandonment cases in Warwick in recent weeks and months certainly … more
STORY OF THE WEEK:  The next race for governor of Rhode Island is more than two years away, so assessing the full political fallout from the Washington Bridge saga will take time. In the … more
To the Editor, In a recent commentary, early education advocates Lisa Hildebrand and Khadija Lewis Khan drew a very appropriate comparison between Rhode Island’s child care resources and … more
To Editor, Feeling a little like that concerned citizen who videotapes Warwick fire trucks on their Dave’s Market grocery runs, I followed a full-sized R.I. DOT snowplow coming through the … more
 My son, Ted, stopped to buy a couple of helium filled birthday balloons on his way to our house Saturday. Neither of us are celebrating birthdays nor are immediate family members. As it … more
With oversight hearings commencing to find out how Rhode Island wound up narrowly avoiding an unprecedented calamity – and instead just got stuck with an historic, exorbitantly expensive … more
Oh the fun the Follies would have had with the Washington Bridge! You can follow me through the week on threads and what we used to call the twitters. Here we go. STORY OF THE WEEK: Last week, … more
To the Editor, RIAC is now denying the accuracy of the rendering presented at the Freight Advisory Committee meeting last week. The rendering shows the terminal moved to the north encroaching on … more
To the Editor, RIAC is now denying the accuracy of the rendering presented at the Freight Advisory Committee meeting last week. The rendering shows the terminal moved to the north encroaching on … more
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