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Former State Treasurer and Lt. Gov. Roger N. Begin: ‘Only when policymakers feel the impact of this broken system for their own families may there be reforms and funding to fix it.’ … more
To the Editor, On Monday, August 21st, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM), to get good publicity, issued a press release which soon made news headlines that they were … more
To the Editor, When I was a child, we received education that included learning to know the difference between fiction and nonfiction, the difference between fact and tall tales. This new era … more
“See that?” Ben Block said pointing to an orange blob turning red at the center position in a sea of arrows that more or less formed a pattern from southeast.  He handed over the … more
To the Editor,  Does anyone own Oakland Beach, and if so, who? Or do certain people  just think they own Oakland Beach? I know it was my grandfather who was President of the Warwick … more
A beloved father, brother and grandfather is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.   As the incurable disease moves him toward inevitable death, the stress on him and his devoted family becomes … more
To the Editor, Picture yourself at a local coffee shop sitting with friends or family. The conversation shifts to local politics, and a consensus emerges: the government status quo seems … more
Clank…clank.                It was a tapping of metal on something hard and not what I expected. It was close, … more
This week we featured an op-ed written by Matthew R. Trimble, President & CEO of Saint Elizabeth Community, regarding a growing crisis involving Rhode Island’s nursing homes. The issue … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: After being dogged for weeks by the signature-gathering controversy, Sabina Matos’s campaign is ramping up its criticism of Aaron Regunberg, buoying the perception that he is … more
She was waiting for a table at Smokey Bones on Route 2 in Warwick with her family, when a waitress ran up to her “freaking out” and excitedly hugging her.  The waitress then bent … more
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC, an entity within the World Health Organization) recently announced that aspartame, a sugar substitute used in about 6,000 products worldwide, is … more
Rather than the road to hell being paved with good intentions, I suggest that the road to hell is paved with unexamined assumptions. In the case of RI Energy/PPL's proposal before the RI Public … more
The crisis affecting Rhode Island’s nursing homes continues to escalate, yet there is no response from State leaders. Within the last couple of months, one nursing home has closed, three … more
To the Editor, I read with disgust, the article entitled “Cote cries “Foul,” weighs free speech suit” and it’s time to tell the whole story. While it’s … more
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