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Across our nation in recent years, the names of too many cities and towns, too many civic spaces and gatherings, have become synonymous with tragedy. From Columbine to Orlando, these incidents of … more
Remember the first cell phone towers? They were castigated as scars on the landscape. Some towers were built to resemble fir trees that looked like they had come off a giant model railroad set. … more
On this Fourth of July week, we celebrate our nation’s independence, values, and traditions. Amid the festivities, there’s a recent civic achievement in which Rhode Islanders can take particular … more
School is out, summer has arrived, and one of our most cherished holidays is right around the corner. The coming Fourth of July weekend affords an opportunity to spend time with friends and loved … more
We’ll know for sure next Wednesday at 4 p.m. – the deadline for candidacy declarations – who will and who won’t be running for local office. We already know some of those who won’t be … more
(Fun family cartoon sequel) We couldn’t believe it has been over a dozen years since Pixar delighted us with “Finding Nemo.” It was with great anticipation that we went to see the sequel, … more
To the Editor: Roger Williams called our city’s founder Samuel Gorton a “turbulent troublemaker.” Last Thursday, I had the honor and privilege of attending a celebration at Gorton Junior … more
Nights have been refreshingly cool, and days have been pleasantly warm. The recent stretch of near perfect weather has provided Rhode Islanders a chance to immerse ourselves in the moment, enjoy the … more
This week, Warwick celebrates for the final year the graduation of three separate public high schools, Toll Gate, Vets and Pilgrim. As students cheer their accomplishments, one school, Vets, celebrated their last graduating class with 209 seniors more
Rhode Island was always a long shot to win the General Electric sweepstakes, but a sense of disappointment was nonetheless palpable when the iconic global brand chose Boston as the new home of its corporate headquarters several months ago. Tempering that more
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