Editorials

Libraries and classrooms across the region have been particularly vibrant this month.

Public officials reading books to students, special visitors sharing their skills and stories, programs designed to make learning fun and interactive – all have been part of Reading Week.

The week on its face seems …

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Who’s going to pay the bill? That, it appears, is the newest argument taking shape … More
On Monday morning, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT released its 20th annual Factbook, which … More
That didn’t take long. On Monday came news that the proposed state pension settlement … More
Is it time for term limits? Are we ready to axe the master lever? Should we grant the … More
The news from the financial fronts all looks to be good. The city ended the fiscal … More
Editorial Cartoon
Columns
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John Howell
My Take on the News
Lonnie Barham
Lookout
John Hazen White, Jr.
Op-eds
If Rhode Island wants to attract new companies to locate here and encourage existing … More
“My guiding principles in life are to be honest, genuine, thoughtful and … More
As my co-editor, Rhode Island College (RIC) president Nancy Carriuolo, will tell you that … More
The snow has melted away – for now, at least. Temperatures have risen into the 50s – … More
DMV COMPUTER SYSTEM WORSE THAN OBAMACARE’S:  We were all amazed that the U.S. … More
Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

Turn on the television and watch the tragic news stemming from mental illness. This is happening everywhere and actions need to be taken.

One person falling through the cracks can be a big problem.

That’s why NAMI-RI ask for every person reading this article to show their support and attend our …

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To the Editor: Wind power must be pursued. The question is, what are our wind power … More
To the Editor: Thanks to the Buckeye Brook Coalition members and friends, the annual … More
To the Editor: The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) has asked the General … More
To the Editor: There is an old saying that can’t be more true than today! “Uncle … More
It was my second year of college, and I was attending a religious university. As with any … More
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