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To the Editor, When the U.S. Congress was drafting, debating and ratifying the Second Amendment back in the late 1700s, they could have never imagined the advances in technology, weaponry and … more
To the Editor, I keep looking at the bigger picture and get the sense the voting public which pays attention is sick and tired of connected members of the School Committee beholden to their … more
A couple of words can be used to describe what it’s like to get COVID, but as a rule, we don’t print them in hometown newspapers. Turn back the clock to April 2020. The shutdown was in … more
Too many months of dealing with Covid has brought many people to the same conclusion: We can’t do anything about its place in our lives, so therefore it’s not worth worrying about … more
To the Editor, Thank you Mr. Crowley for your realistic editorial about whether we should be strengthening schools or eliminating the threats of the shootings (8/11/22). You were actually my … more
To the Editor, How do you vote? I trust a candidate who’s been around long enough to know the score. So given our mutual values she knows what counts. But she also needs to know … more
“Clam chowder?” Carol asked as I came into the kitchen. I expected her to hold up a Campbell’s can that she would open with a bit of help from a cranky can opener and set to … more
Another summer is flying by and parents are surely already looking ahead to the start of school a few weeks from now. Compared to last autumn and the spring of 2020, there is certainly a more … more
This is weird, unbelievably weird. So with that as a warning, you may want to read one of the letters on this page, which could also be weird, or look at a Charlie Hall cartoon that can be … more
To the Editor, Electric cars run on coal and natural gas. Green energy advocates don’t tell you that, but it’s true.Here in Rhode Island, 80% of our electricity is generated by burning … more
By JOSEPH H. CROWLEY The RI Department of Education recently completed All Hazards Site Safety Survey Reports for all schools in the State.  A number of recommendations were made for each … more
STORY OF THE WEEK The primary election on Sept. 13 has big stakes for Gov. Dan McKee. If McKee loses, he’ll be remembered as the short-term gov who inherited the office, thanks to being … more
Rhode Island’s Central Landfill in Johnston will eventually reach capacity. When, however, is a topic of inconsistent debate. Whether the landfill will fill to the brim by 2034, 2036, or the … more
To the Editor, Hospitals across the country are facing significant financial challenges due to a perfect storm of chronic staffing shortages resulting in a reduction in available inpatient beds, a … more
To the Editor, I attended the Warwick School Department informational presentation on the benefits of building two new high schools to replace Pilgrim and Tollgate. The superintendent disclosed … more
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