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STORY OF THE WEEK  U.S. District Court Judge William E. Smith shifted the focus from a cascade of campaign news last week when he dropped a big decision bringing a sudden halt to Rhode … more
The recent scandal involving Florida’s inflammatory governor apparently sending a group of 50 Venezuelan asylum seekers to Martha’s Vineyard — allegedly under false pretenses, and … more
Summer ended too quickly. At least that’s the way it seems to me. It was only yesterday, or was that three weeks ago, that yellow buses returned to their morning commute and there was that … more
Perhaps it’s time to increase the cost of providing power in the Ocean State. Electric customers don’t have much of a choice in Rhode Island. Practically every utility customer pays … more
To the Editor, Today we should be welcoming Helena Foulkes as the incoming Democratic nominee for  governor of Rhode Island.  Why?  Because she won the election-day vote … more
To the Editor, It’s the back-to-school season, which means back-to-school shopping and time to get rid of last year’s fashions and sizes. But what happens to the old clothes? Some … more
STORY OF THE WEEK  Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee revisited his top campaign theme as he celebrated his primary victory last week. “As we said, it’s not the cards you get dealt, … more
You never know what you might find when making a move. It’s not that I’ve moved, for surely from within all the boxes on shelves and in the attic, not to mention drawers rarely opened, I … more
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