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With back-to-school season upon us once again, there’s surely one thing on every parent’s mind: How much is this year going to cost? Given the current cost of living, that concern is certainly … more
Summer is delightful – a wonderful time of year when children play outdoors with friends and families plan barbecues and fun-filled trips to the beach. While many of us draw some of our fondest … more
Is there a nexus between poor school achievement, runaway health care costs, and street crime? If yes, is there the possibility of addressing all three through one intervention? There may just be. … more
Over the past few years our country has been impacted from coast to coast by a series of natural disasters: hurricanes, floods, tornadoes and wildfires. These occurrences have resulted in severe loss … more
Rhode Island’s General Assembly acted decisively last month on an issue that will produce benefits for motorists for decades to come. Faced with a host of complex and high profile issues, … more
On July 16, Cranston Police were called to the Wal-Mart at 1776 Plainfield Pike for a man screaming and yelling threats at people. Police arrived to find the man had left but witnesses told police he … more
As the director of recycling services at Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC), I spend a good bit of my time talking with Rhode Islanders about what items can and can’t be recycled … more
I feel and share the anguish and outrage of the community over the injustice of George Zimmerman being found not guilty of the killing of Trayvon Martin. This fiasco was racial profiling at its … more
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