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While by no means has manufacturing in the United States recovered to its former glory, there is hope that a slight resurgence in the trade may be beginning, at least in Rhode Island. The commitment towards the craft in the state can certainly be seen, more
There's something inexplicably cool about watching sports with a group of people - especially when your team is the New England Patriots. Sports is the great equalizer. Throughout history it has hastened the blending of different races due to the mutual more
There's something so joyous about finding something out in the wild - whether that's an expansive stretch of greenspace or simply a windowsill along a route you sometimes walk in the city - that has a message seemingly just for you. Such a find can more
When it comes to technology in school, this publication is 100 percent in favor of getting as many newer, better, faster advancements into the hands of our educators and students as possible. While we may still use some antiquated technology ourselves 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
As a new year begins we look collectively forward in a direction that, ideally, will be marked by progress in all aspects of life - whether that be in a bigger picture way societally, economically, sociologically or just in your own life personally. more
In the blink of an eye, another Rhode Island summer is now a distant memory and the winds of winter are upon us. With Thanksgiving this week and the major traditional celebrations of Hanukah, Christmas and Kwanzaa just on the horizon, it is a time to more
If human behavior teaches us anything as we progress as a society, it's that we have done nothing to deserve the unconditional love we receive from dogs and, yes contrary to popular belief, cats too. The story of a Warwick resident leaving their cat 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
In a world where we continue to be divided and split down ideological lines at a severity unseen since perhaps the '60s, we must take time to appreciate when we find common ground with those we don't often see eye to eye with. It is a cause that, even more
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