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I went through a washing machine. Well, actually it was an MRI, but it could have been a washing machine. I share the experience because those familiar with the machine will hopefully get a … more
During this season where the gifts we receive and provide to others contributes towards a feeling of general gratitude and merriment, it seems appropriate to cast a light on an organization working … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: As Rhode Island edges closer to 2024, policy and politics are converging in a way that could influence the 2026 race for governor. Attorney General Peter Neronha, who is … more
To the Editor: As the holidays are here, this is a good time to talk about Roger Williams.  I have been studying Roger Williams for six years, and here are some of his ideas: … more
To the Editor; Shamefully, Treasurer Diossa has refused to change the location of the meeting of his “Advisory Working Group.”  A number of State retirees asked that the meeting … more
To the Editor, I, like many, note with despair the seemingly intractable situation in Gaza. It likewise appears impossible at the same time, to have a rational, civil conversation about this war … more
To the Editor; City Council President Steve McAllister is worried about climate change. He wants us to be prepared for events that may or may not occur in the future.(“Now more than ever … more
The question had me thinking: “Is there a teacher who has impacted your life and have you thought to tell them what it’s meant to you?” I’m not talking about a parent, … more
Our story this week highlighting a conference held by the New England Donor Services left us with a couple of resounding thoughts, but the biggest takeaway was that Rhode Islanders should not be … more
Dear Editor:   As a regular reader of Linda Petersen’s columns, I enjoy her homespun take on issues of everyday life that many of us—especially as parents and … more
To the Editor, History buffs will recall that President Teddy Roosevelt, after being unable to locate a wild bear to shoot during a hunting trip, refused to shoot an injured bear his assistants … more
To the Editor, While we appreciate the Warwick Beacon publishing an article highlighting our petition to Mayor Picozzi to get the Pawtuxet River Trail reopened, we were not given the opportunity … more
“I love that church. Too bad, it doesn’t look like it’s being used anymore.” As we were driving West Shore Road, I knew immediately what Carol was talking about; one of … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: At the ripe old age of 35, Gabe Amo has emerged as the bright new star among Rhode Island Democrats. While he will enter Congress as its most junior member, Amo seems poised to … more
To the Editor, The leaves fell softly like snowflakes. Although I wasn’t gifted with a good sense of direction, I embarked on the three-mile loop in City Park, despite the path being … more
To the Editor, Currently we are faced with the support of two foreign wars, civil unrest, and tragic active shooter incidents  Also, Congress must act prudently by November 17 to avoid a … more
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