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Observers might not think of Rhode Island as a major player on the national political stage. In terms of presidential and congressional elections, it has been reliably Democratic for many years, resulting in fewer candidate visits - and less outside more
While nobody likes to admit it - time is an undefeated opponent. Take all the supplements in the world, work out seven times a week, buy sketchy natural health booster tablets off the internet, and the end result will be the same. Time passes, we age, more
It was 101 years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, that an armistice ended fighting in World War I. That agreement - and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles months later - capped what had become commonly known as the war to" more
The concept of Halloween has always been an intriguing one. We encourage kids to dress up in silly outfits and go out into their surrounding neighborhoods and literally take candy from strangers - pretty much the antithesis of what they're told to do more
The weeks leading up to the holidays bring into focus the struggles and needs of so many people in our communities. For the most vulnerable among us, a season meant for reflection and giving thanks far too frequently places added strain on already more
The mere possibility of building a new school in Warwick is one that has brought about a kind of hopeful optimism that has not been seen in the city in regards to its educational facilities in years. While there are no guarantees at this time as to where more
It's an image that became instantly iconic - and it has a direct Rhode Island connection. The picture, taken during a recent White House meeting last week, shows House Speaker Nancy Pelosi standing from her seat at a table, her finger pointed at more
In today's digital world, there's something almost magically nostalgic about getting a brand-new book. Maybe it's the musty smell that wafts from the pages as you flip through in the initial inspection of its contents, or the excitement of wondering what more
It's common for observers of modern civic discourse to bemoan its coarseness. We maintain that the lack of civility is hardly unique to our times, but must acknowledge that the way we treat one another in the public square today often leaves a great deal more
Are you planning a flight as part of a future trip across the country? Do you have upcoming business to conduct at, or another reason to visit, a federal facility? Soon, you'll likely need an enhanced form of identification to get aboard your plane or more
Just over two months removed from a financial crisis that nearly claimed school sports and after school activities as a casualty of budgetary anemia, talk regarding possibly building a new high school must be giving a few people in the city whiplash. more
Recent weeks have been deeply troubling from a public health perspective. Most people are by now at least somewhat familiar with the wave of lung injury cases being reported across the country as part of a still-mysterious outbreak tied to the use of more
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