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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
Bandit at twelve noon.  There it was flying directly out of the sun, wings angled back like an F-15. It was screaming, flying straight at my face. Its cries rattled like staccato machine gun … more
STORY OF THE WEEK The soccer stadium at Tidewater Landing is variously described as a game-changer that will spark an economic resurgence in Pawtucket or a boondoggle that will be a historic … more
There are few things more exciting than state primary season — right? Sarcasm aside, with the state primary only a little over a month away, we thought it prudent to at least provide the … more
To the Editor, Margaret Porter makes perfect sense. In her recent letter, she points out a simple fact about violence in our society: “Weapons don’t kill people. People … more
It’s time for our older citizens to come out of the shadows and have a voice at the State House. Now more than ever, we need aging policy that addresses the needs of older citizens to age in … more
It seemed to be simple enough. That should have been warning enough, however, I went ahead and told my daughter Diana to put the Verizon account in her name – it was in my sister’s name … more
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