Editorial
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To the Editor, "A friend of mine in a B-29 dropped another load -- for luck!" So warbled Perry Como's thin, tremulous voice, his face wreathed in smiles. Swooning over her idol, it surely … more
A bill recently introduced to the Rhode Island legislature by advocates for more affordable and less institutionally problematic housing throughout the state’s most populated communities … more
To the Editor: In Thursday’s edition of the Beacon (March 24), I read the article entitled “Planning Ahead” and was shocked to find the paragraph on page 5, “Ladouceur said … more
To the Editor, It is no secret that often is the time when members of the public feel as though when they are testifying on ordinances, committee hearings or budget hearings, that the city council … more
7th Grade Winman Middle School Rhode Island winner of the Patriot’s Pen essay contest One day, upon returning home from school, my mom handed me a paper. I looked down and the words … more
To the Editor, For all of mankind’s advancements we still have not changed in terms of handling our emotions since the days of the ancients. We can produce amazing technology, but use it for … more
To the Editor, Why can’t I win the lottery? Why am I not paid more for the work I do? Why didn’t things turn our as I planned? Why is life unfair? These are common questions everyone … more
Never did I imagine I would burst out laughing at a candlelight vigil for Ukraine. Nothing is funny about what is happening there or to the estimated 3.8 million refuges forced to leave their … more
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