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To the Editor: Just what did Hillary Clinton do to deserve such a venomous letter by Sam Parente (Deceivers in the Democratic Party, 6/8/17)? I must assume Parente cast his vote for Donald Trump. If so what did the nation get? A so-called president who more
To the Editor: Protecting the environment and leaving a cleaner world to future generations should not be a controversial proposition, and government policies to make that a reality don't all need to be divisive either. The Consumer and Fuel Retailer more
To the Editor: I recently read the article about the Ethics Commission fining Donna Travis over her involvement with three charity-type organizations that she donates hundreds of hours of her time to and receives no money from. Got that? She doesn't more
By ATTORNEY GENERAL PETER F. KILMARTIN Craig Price. The name alone conjures up visions of a monster, a boogeyman, a serial killer 30 years later. The cause of such visceral reactions are the crimes he committed and the age at which he committed them. more
No matter what you're paying for, a 550 percent price hike sounds outlandish. Using that statistic alone, one would imagine taxpayers would be marching on City Hall after receiving their quarterly sewer utility bill and learning the renewal and more
After winning awards and critical acclaim in the Broadway smash hit Hamilton: An American Musical, Leslie Odom Jr. could have done anything. Doors opened, opportunities arose, but it is sharing his love for jazz that has taken the spotlight. He recorded more
Daniel J. Kubas-Meyer has joined the Kent Center as its president and CEO, succeeding David Lauterbach, who retired recently. Kubas-Meyer brings over 30 years of expertise serving as a lifelong advocate for people suffering from behavioral health issues. more
OLM School in East Greenwich traditionally holds its last mass of the school year in celebration of a successful year, to wish the students a safe and happy summer, and to bid the graduating 8th graders a fond farewell. On Friday, June 9, the last mass more
To the Editor: In response to our current opioid-overdose crisis, Rhode Island citizens need to know about a bill that remains active in the Legislature.  The epidemic we confront continues its … more
The Nellie Mae Education Foundation has announced its call for nominations for the Lawrence W. O'Toole Teacher Leadership Awards. Grants of up to $15,000 will be awarded to 12 high school teachers in New England who have advocated for student-centered more
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