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It often takes a crisis for us to see what we're really made of. Whether it's a financial crisis that makes us put our heads together and scrape out a budget that will prolong operations for another year, or a crisis of leadership that causes somebody to more
By K. JOSEPH SHEKARCHI Medical research over the last century or so has made tremendous strides in easing the suffering and prolonging the lives of people afflicted with potentially fatal diseases like cancer, Alzheimer's, HIV and diabetes. But an actual more
By STEVEN BROWN "e;I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked."e; - Allen Ginsberg, "e;Howl"e; "e;I am the Lorax who speaks for the trees, which you seem to be chopping as fast as you please!"e; - Dr. Seuss, "e;The Lorax"e; more
To the Editor: With the conclusion of the impeachment trail in the Senate, it now becomes urgent for Congress to address some of the important issues our country has been facing. Among these are the national deficit, military involvements worldwide, more
To the Editor: You know that five-, 10-dollar bill, pennies, dimes and quarters in your pocket, enjoy it now, because 20 or 30 years from now it will not be there. Lawyers, on the other hand, we'll always have. Guns, that's another story. Money goes back more
The Community College of Rhode Island's Art, Art History & Design Department is hosting its annual Faculty Exhibition from now through Feb. 28 at the Knight Campus Art Gallery. The Faculty Exhibition is an opportunity for faculty members within the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Love is in the air this Valentine's Day, and it can be expressed in many forms. Last week, the Kent Washington Association of Realtors (KWAOR) hosted their general membership meeting at the Radisson Airport Hotel where they presented A more
Aiming to inspire entrepreneurs Bobby Martorelli and his friend, Maax Bert, who both started their own businesses, recently addressed the Pilgrim High class taught by Karin Greaves. Martorelli owns and operates Martorelli Property Services LLC. Bert runs more
The Rhode Island Department of Health has announced that the flu is now "e;widespread"e; in Rhode Island, triggering the requirement for unvaccinated healthcare workers in hospitals and many other healthcare facilities to wear masks during direct patient more
With her son's help Mayor Joseph Solomon wielded the giant gold scissors to officially open the newest store in Conimicut Village, the Tiger Eye Gift Shop at 768 West Shore Road operated by Liz Boucher. Noting how she enjoys flea markets and has the gift more
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) recently hosted law enforcement and first responders from around the state to engage in "e;ALEC"e; (Autism and Law Enforcement Education Coalition) Autism Awareness Training. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are more
Now more than ever, public television is expected to provide high-quality programming that serves the needs of the local community. Guided by the principle of civic engagement, Rhode Island PBS strives to create educational content that highlights the more
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