Editorial
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The sun was shining, the watermelon was fresh and the people were friendly. It was a little warm in the direct sunlight but what else should you expect on the Fourth of July in New England? All put together, the 26th annual Warwick Neck Parade epitomized more
While national politics tends to generate the most fervent discussion, nothing has more effect on your everyday life than the local brand of politics - from the decisions made at the State House that affect state law to the impacts that result from your more
There are very few things we can do for the benefit of others that also directly benefit ourselves. Sure, monetary donations to charities provide some modest tax benefits down the road and donating time can look good on a r sum , but truly symbiotic acts more
Summer is officially here, as if you needed a reminder. As of last Thursday, the days will only get shorter and shorter as we begin our next downhill dip towards colder weather. Now is the time to enjoy the sun while it lasts - and as all New Englanders more
It isn't easy to say goodbye to something you've grown to cherish. Unfortunately, many people are experiencing this feeling as three elementary schools in Warwick close their doors this summer, two of which will never reopen to students and one of which more
Recently, the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation began a new series of online multimedia ads that focus a light on the state's broad range of tourism-related activities. Everything from fishing, surfing, kayaking, hiking, dining on a rooftop in Providence more
There’s a certain point after you’ve been driving for a while on a long car trip, especially one that you take somewhat often, where you may say to yourself something along the lines of, “Well, … more
With a new generation of high school students graduated from their primary school educations - whether they public, private or something entirely different - a world of opportunity has opened up for yet another group of ambitious, forward-thinking young more
Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” My favorite poet Mary Oliver wrote those words, and I think about them often.  “Your one wild and precious … more
Editor's note: In place of an editorial in today's edition, we are featuring the speeches of Toll Gate and Pilgrim High School valedictorians Grace Reed and Mackenzie Fraser. more
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