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The editor and I have been discussing a writing project for this newspaper, and, in the meantime, I have been allotted this space for my thoughts on various state issues, of which there are … more
When Roger Wil-liams first set forth his “lively experiment” to create a state that guaranteed “full liberty in religious concernments,” it set a chain of events into motion that would … more
How large of a U-Haul truck would one need to successfully move a farm? Yes, a farm – a full-scale, agricultural business with livestock, crops, irrigation systems, and any number of tools and … more
By CAPT. HOWARD McVAY JR. Rhode Island ’s deep-water ports are a uniquely valuable economic resource, but are underdeveloped and underutilized. Despite the information gathered from nearly … more
According to ABC 6 News, early New Years Day, Toni Liberatore, a Burrillville resident walking her dog in the extremely cold weather, called the Town’s animal control officer after she discovered … more
In Greek mythology, Sisyphus, the King of Ephyra (Cornith), was punished by the god Zeus for making false promises to the subjects of his kingdom. As Sisyphus amassed wealth and spent little on the … more
Regarding abortion, gay rights  and contraception: “It is not  necessary to talk about  these issues all the time.” Pope Francis I have written over 300 … more
For countless years, humans and animals have bonded in remarkable ways – for companionship, for protection and for working side by side with their human counterparts in various endeavors. … more
“Following the rules is not easy.” — Today’s Parent It doesn’t matter that the New England Patriots deflated their footballs during Sunday’s game against the … more
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