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If they haven’t already received it in the mail, property owners can expect to get notification of their new property values shortly. And if they can’t wait for the news, then they can go on the … more
Rhode Island may have fallen short in the General Electric sweepstakes, but the state notched a clear win last week as Citizens Bank announced plans for a new corporate campus in … more
What is the proper role of government? In which aspects of daily life should the state be involved, and to what extent? Such questions have been at the center of American political life for … more
While the battle for presidential party nominations has captured the campaign spotlight, political contests on the local level are starting to shape up. In today’s Beacon, we look at the City … more
To the Editor: In response to Richard Corrente’s letter to the Beacon on 2/23/16, I will set the record straight and speak to the facts for him again.   In his letter, Mr. Corrente states … more
By the time Rhode Island voters have their say in the presidential primaries on April 26, it seems likely at least one of the major parties’ nominating contests will have been … more
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