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We have dedicated many inches of copy in this space talking about the ongoing pandemic - and for good reason. Thankfully, producing the written word can be accomplished whether at the office or at home, and there is no finite supply on the letters of the more
To the Editor: Testing, testing, testing. That is what we hear constantly from public health officials and blue-state elected officials including Governor Raimondo. They say we need to be guided by "e;the data and science." Dr. Keith Roach, the author of a more
I mowed the lawn Sunday. Well, technically I didn't, because lawns are meant to be grass and this was crabgrass. In a perverse way I was pleased with the outcome. What had been burned brown and yellow by this summer of little rain offered some more
By GARY SASSE As the GOP gathers for its 42nd quadrennial national convention (albeit virtual) questions are being asked about the Party's future. Are the changes President Trump brought to the Party sustainable, and what will the Republican Party be more
Perspective is an interesting concept insofar that it can change the entirety of the human experience - even when dealing with an objective reality. The weather provides a great example. Take this past Tuesday morning - where those going out for morning more
To the Editor: Care New England would like to take this opportunity to thank Speaker Nicholas Mattiello for his leadership and consideration during these unprecedented times in Rhode Island. His undying support for adequate financing of our health care more
To the Editor: When you walk through our state parks, it is easy to imagine that the forests in Rhode Island have always looked this way, but in reality, the forests were very different when the first European settlers arrived here. In the early 1600's, more
By BLAKE A. FILIPPI and MICHAEL W. CHIPPENDALE Governor Raimondo is right to push for full in-person learning. Remote-learning largely does not provide an adequate education or the crucial social interaction our children need. Many parents are forced to more
Open letter to Mayor Solomon, Can you believe, it's August 31st. Wow, what a summer this has been. Plenty of sunshine, several bonafide heat waves and only a few rainy days. On top of that, summer vacation for Warwick students started very early and more
The mountain. It has a name - Mount Wellington, but commonly known as the Sleeping Lion - although its rolling features sculpted by the glaciers make it more of a big hill than a mountain. What rock out-croppings she has are near the crest and hidden by more
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