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To the editor: I would like to commend Dr./Mr. Douglas for, at long last, getting a formal ruling from the State Ethics Commission.  There was really no way around this. The ethics … more
There are simply no words to express life's most tragic sorrows - and nothing drives that point home more than when a bright, well-liked and happy teenager is taken too soon by forces beyond the advances of modern medicine. In the end, a not-well-known more
The historic and architecturally significant house at 1200 Hope St. is in a terrible state of repair, with the front entrance porch in imminent danger of collapse, the exterior siding and windows … more
To the Editor: When I began my campaign for the Warwick City Council last year, I quickly learned the number one issue on the minds of the voters in Ward 1. Do you support the closing of John Brown Francis Elementary School?" My response during the" more
“Providence needs a tax revolt.” I first saw this statement on a sign on Smith Street years ago. It was erected on the property of a good businessman, who had spent almost two decades … more
To the editor: Warren is the latest small town to go through “growing pains.” The Samsonite building is turning into condos and retail spaces, although I don’t know many people … more
The most common answer of any Rhode Islander when asked about the quality of life in our state is “great state, lousy government.” For four decades now, this writer has witnessed governor … more
The worst storms around these parts seem to be the ones that receive little to no attention beforehand. While in no way is this piece intended to make light of the dire situations seen in Puerto Rico, Houston, Florida or any of the dozens of island more
By DON FOWLER On just about any given day, whether rainy, snowy, cloudy or sunny, Broad Street, Narragansett Boulevard and Narragansett Parkway are filled with walkers from Cranston and Warwick. My frequent walks start from Park and Broad Streets in more
There's no way to skirt around the facts. The state of public schools in Rhode Island is a dire problem. The Jacobs Report - a statewide, independent assessment of the repair needs, from crucial to cosmetics, of all 307 public school facilities more
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