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“It’s apocryphal, but it’s a good story,” Joe said, settling into a chair. Ever the reporter, although now retired, Joe Kernan cautioned, “It could be true; it sounds like … more
This past week, President Barack Obama held both a news conference and a town meeting to address his proposed executive order concerning gun control. In a daytime news conference on Tuesday, Jan. … more
The terrorists’ attacks in Paris, France, sent shockwaves across the globe. These low-tech yet devilishly effective assaults on the residents of Paris, which resulted in 130 deaths and over 350 … more
My daughter, Diana, has a gift for giving. You never know what to expect when a package arrives from Wyoming. Well, actually, you can expect to find some treats, usually something chocolate, and her … more
We looked at each other and laughed. Was this crazy or what? Carol had her bathing suit and sandals on. A towel was draped across her neck. “Well, are you going to get your suit … more
Some decisions have to be made in split seconds, such as when you’re doing 35 mph and the traffic signal turns yellow. Do you slam on the brakes, or pray you make it? No one choice fits every … more
Steadily and insidiously over time, Rhode Island’s roads and bridges have slid into a state of decrepitude. The reasons for this shameful reality are multifaceted. One can hoist blame on the … more
On Nov. 4 last year, Rhode Islanders chose a governor from a field of three distinctly different candidates. Democrat Gina Raimondo prevailed with 40.7 percent of the vote. The beyond unique … more
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