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It pays off to glance every so often in the rear view mirror. Of course when you're on the road, it's good to know who might be bearing down on you whether an 18-wheerler, a speeding vehicle or a set of flashing lights. Figuratively, the look back gives more
To the Editor: From Brayton's past and current volunteers, thank you. Thank you Warwick DPW and Mayor Picozzi for removing the large dead pine tree at Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug this past week. I know this may not seem like a big deal, but to the past more
By SETH MAGAZINER A year before Destiny became one of my fourth-grade students, she watched out her front window as the lifeless body of a neighbor was wheeled out of his home following a drive-by shooting. Not long after that Hurricane Katrina hit her more
To the Editor: Let me preface this letter by briefly introducing myself. My name is Catherine Girard, and I am the daughter of Eviginia Skodras, a 96-year-old participant in the Apponaug Cornerstone Adult Day Program. My professional background was as a more
To the Editor: Educators who take pride in their profession, and parents who desire a proper education for their children, should oppose passage of the dreadful Climate Literacy Act that has been introduced in the Rhode Island General Assembly. Rep. more
In 1977, former Vice President Hubert Humphrey said, "The moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of more
By JOSEPH H. CROWLEY Recently, Gov. McGee was quoted in the Providence Journal. Gov. McGee is absolutely right in his quote, "Now is the time to focus on creating more high quality educational opportunities for all students, not fewer." Unfortunately, more
To the Editor: Mass murders have again shaken our sense of safety to shop for groceries and go about our daily activities with our children and grandchildren. Our nation's founding principle that we are all created equal and endowed with the unalienable more
Unemployment benefits about to be taxed By Little Rhody when workers are maxed? While the feds decided to pardon the levy declaring the weight to be much too heavy   But here in … more
City Council President Steve McAllister has set a worthy goal to make council meetings a showcase of democracy in action. His aim is to engage the community, introducing them to the issues addressed by the council and how that may affect their lives. For more
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