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“Pick me,” read the wording on the package of Pacific Northwest granny apples. If I saw it, it registered subliminally. I knew what I wanted and pulled the green apples out of the cooler … more
If you’ve never been left outside in the cold without a place to go, or a bed to sleep in, consider yourself lucky. For an increasing amount (and an all-time record number of) Rhode Islanders, … more
To the Editor, We’re Noble Owl, a Rhode Island nonprofit working for a better future, and we have a plan to lower energy prices and bring more revenue to Warwick. Our idea is based on … more
To the Editor: Why is Sheldon Whitehouse being so selective? According to columnist Ian Donnis, Senator Whitehouse is concerned about the Supreme Court. He decries the supposed … more
We’re a city, but we’re also a town, a small town. There are those who would say otherwise. With more than 80,000 residents Warwick is probably the state’s second largest city, … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Rhode Island is experiencing one of its periodic spasms of embarrassing headlines. First, there was the disastrous trip by two state officials to Philadelphia. (The officials no … more
The July 20 edition, right on this page, there was an interesting exchange.  First, there was a “complaint letter” about another letter that appeared in other papers racist … more
To the Editor, When it comes to both elections and ethics government panels no party should be overrepresented. Over partisan representation can call the objectivity of  those type boards … more
To The Editor, Again the Performing Arts Department of Bishop Hendricken High School exceeded expectations with the Summer Stage performance of “Something Rotten” by Wayne and Karey … more
Warwick has some great neighborhood watchdogs. Well, watchdog isn’t entirely correct, since the people I’ve meet over the years don’t just bark when something raises their hackles, … more
Nothing much can top a Rhode Island summer day out on the water with a few friends, taking in the sights of the Bay and enjoying the cool breeze of the ocean. The idyllic scenery is often … more
To the Editor, Rob Cote continues to attack members of the Warwick government; this time “congratulating” Donna Travis, as if she did something wrong for taking ownership of a piece … more
To the Editor, On Monday July 17th Rob Cote was asked to leave the Council Chambers by acting Council President Donna Travis.  Rob did nothing but step up to the mic and begin his … more
To the Editor: “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” Until recent times, that familiar quotation remained an amusing truism. But then along … more
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