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To the Editor: As Americans, we like to have everything laid out in an obvious and understandable format. We tend to act toward war in the same manner. Americans like to see their nation's confrontations, with other nations, concluded promptly and more
To the Editor: The election season is now over and the Warwick voters have decided. Judith Cobden won in District 2. I wish her much success. I'm thankful people gave me the opportunity to serve. At times the position proved challenging but along with more
I know this section of road. I should after having traveled it for more than 70 years at all times of the year. It's changed over the decades. Shoulders have been widened. The signage is much improved, although I miss the Burma Shave signs and their more
With the passing of Veterans Day, we can't help but ponder an admittedly abstract and difficult question. What does it mean to truly care? It is well known to those in military families or those in the military themselves that all too often, the more
State-Wide Multiple Listing Service (MLS) has announced the organization's new officers for 2019. Christopher Whitten of Premeer Real Estate in Johnston has been elected president of the real estate data exchange service. Other new officers include more
The red-letter words on the cover of a simple yet well-done four-page program read: “A Tribute to Our Veterans.” Old Glory, which was done in red, white and blue and seemingly waving in the … more
Bill Pirolli, partner at DiSanto, Priest & Co. based in Warwick, has been honored by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) as a recipient of the Sustained Contribution Award. The Sustained Contribution Award is presented to members who have given 20 more
Veterans Assembled electronics (VAe(r)), a Rhode Island service disabled veteran owned business (SDVOB), has for several years been training only service disabled veterans as electronics technicians in Rhode Island through its accelerated Skills Training more
By ERIN O'BRIEN Following the 5 p.m. service Sunday, November 11, parishioners of Saints Rose and Clement Church gathered to honor 98 local veterans and 14 active duty service men and women during an outdoor ceremony. As the small American flags wavered more
Keeping with tradition Holliman School held its annual Veterans Day on Thursday at the school with Mayor Joseph Solomon, Congressman James Langevin (pictured here) and Senator Michael McCaffrey speaking of the importance of honoring our veterans. As has more
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