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I fished for my phone, digging deep into my pants pocket. I expected it was Carol inquiring when I would be home and was surprised to find it was my son, Ted. “We’re going for a W-A-L-K,” he … more
I know instructions can be tedious, so I attempted to make them as intriguing as possible. “Now, what do you think this piece is called?” Sydney and her twin sister, Alex, chimed … more
A nose is a nose, and whether the odor is picked up by one nostril or the other doesn't it all end up being a single scent? That's the way I think Ollie operates until I saw a segment on CBS Sunday Morning." Dogs can apparently distinguish scents" more
It's Easter. There's an orange glow to the horizon and moonlight fills the yard. It's 5:15. I check the outdoor thermometer and can't believe what I see.55 degrees. This Easter Sunday sunrise service will be like few others I've experienced at Warwick more
By LONNIE BARHAM Stop wrong-way driving deaths It's time to stop the killing! I'm talking about the deaths caused by vehicles being driven the wrong way on our busy interstate highways. An October 25 a Providence Journal article described the latest more
The universal reality in our country is that no matter where one stands on pertinent issues like health care, taxation, illegal immigrants, Trump possible ties with Russia, foreign affairs, military intervention, trade, etc., protestors have resolved more
By HERB WEISS On Tuesday, September 18, the U.S. Social Security Administration announced that the nation's 65 million Social Security beneficiaries will be automatically be paid a minuscule 0.3 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to their monthly more
With Nov. 8 looming in the immediate horizon like a dark foreboding cloud of uncertainty, it is important to reflect upon whether or not the major party candidates have a concrete and recognizable ideology that we the voter might espouse to. However, more
Last Thursday, the City Council of Providence unanimously passed a new public safety ordinance called the “Community Safety Act (CSA).” After a an Attorney General review and a second council … more
Neither of the options looked feasible. We could delay scoring the Rhode Island Academic Decathlon, held Sunday, March 12 at CCRI for a couple of days, which would mean elimination of the awards ceremony and the thrill of the event as students are called more
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