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The Rhode Island Judiciary's new diversity coordinator will soon launch a public initiative to increase community awareness toward career opportunities in the state court system. Dorca M. Paulino, of Providence, next month will make her first public more
By HERB WEISS Morris Nathanson, an 89-year-old who served in the United States Navy in World War II, was outraged by President Trump's failure to strongly speak out against the hateful philosophy of neo-Nazis, white nationalists, Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and more
To the Editor: Sam Parente (in his letter Sept. 19) ranted about so-called vile acts against his beloved president. Parente said, How has this madness in our country come about? How has the violence and chaos progressed to this manic level? None of this" more
To the Editor: The Graham-Cassidy bill is an extreme proposal that would increase costs for older Americans with an age tax, cut coverage, and price gouge people with pre-existing conditions like cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Graham-Cassidy would more
The nightmare started just as I was about to leave the house for the office. I just wish I had been dreaming. It was blowing. Whitecaps were cresting and foam was being thrown over the seawall. This was Jose's doing, and he was extending his visit far more
The release of the long-awaited Jacobs Report, an independent third party study of the condition of every school district in Rhode Island sanctioned by the Department of Education, confirmed what everyone already knew - the state's schools are in sorry more
Caps for Jose While summer's recent return surely made these caps out of place, they were welcome last week during Tropical Storm Jose's visit to the Ocean State. Pictured outside police headquarters are Joann Fox and her 8-month-old Jack King, son of more
Who wants to be well adjusted when it's much more fun to have an exciting obsession? With that as a premise, four films about thrilling fixations will be shown at the Warwick Public Library on Thursdays, October 5, 12, 19 and 26 at 7 p.m. On October 5, more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Most brand new cars cost just a bit more than $100 in today's economy, so a chance at a 2017 Jeep Cherokee for that price will be taken by many. Well, as many as 600, that is. The Warwick Rotary Club, in coordination with Grieco more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Katie McAuslin of Warwick went to Wickes for elementary. Now 26, she works at the school as a lunch aide, despite being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. more
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