Editorial
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It is difficult to understand how something like global climate change became a political issue - something that divides people along party lines and ideologies rather than a topic that hinges on hard scientific facts. It is even more difficult to more
Is getting tough on delinquent lunch debts within our public schools being too tough? Is it promoting the practice of shaming students whose families have difficulty paying? Should school lunches even cost money at all - as many leading school systems more
With the general midterm election just a week away, it is important for voters to arm themselves with as much education as possible regarding the candidates that will appear on their ballots. However, it is equally important that voters inform themselves more
Those in the know of how negotiations between school and city officials are actually shaking out are understandably keeping their cards held close to the torso this week following yet another meeting … more
It's no secret that public participation in local government has waned over the years. On most nights at local city and town halls, only a handful of members of the public - including local print journalists - are present as municipal officials do the more
If you had to budget for an upcoming expense, what would your strategy be? Some people come up with a comprehensive savings plan, pledging to put away $100 a month for a year in order to purchase something that needs an upgrade. Others pin back on areas more
At a time where newspapers are attacked regularly for their inability to objectively analyze news events and issues that polarize the populace, we do take great strides to include comments from as many people as we can while under the constant pressure more
In a world that has become rife with exaggeration, overreaction and engineered drama for the sake of making headlines - no doubt the consequence of our ever-shortening attention spans and the sheer volume of things trying to monopolize at our minimizing more
Sometimes all it takes to feel better about something that you are dreading is to adhere to an age-old clich - just take a breath and face your fear. Unfortunately, when it comes to starting a new year of school in a brand-new building, there's not much more
As the state mid-term elections draw closer and closer, politics season seems to engulf everything around us, like a cloud of fallen leaves engulfs a backyard... more
In a move that would have made national headlines just 10 years ago, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo made the state's intentions to legalize recreational marijuana clear with all the fanfare of a low-priority bullet note amidst a much more more
Fans of the reality television series “Live PD” have reason to rejoice today, as it was revealed from Colonel Stephen McCartney that the Warwick Police Department would continue to participate in … more
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