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In a world that has become rife with exaggeration, overreaction and engineered drama for the sake of making headlines - no doubt the consequence of our ever-shortening attention spans and the sheer volume of things trying to monopolize at our minimizing more
Is getting tough on delinquent lunch debts within our public schools being too tough? Is it promoting the practice of shaming students whose families have difficulty paying? Should school lunches even cost money at all - as many leading school systems more
Nothing epitomizes the holiday season quite like generosity bestowed upon individuals who need it most, and generosity bestowed upon organizations whose mission is to help others within their communities. We cannot overstate the amazing work conducted by more
As Cranston High School East Principal Sean Kelly introduced the assembly's purpose - the 100th and final presentation of the It Can Wait" campaign started by AT&T about a decade ago and championed by Attorney General Peter Kilmartin in 2012 - you could" more
There’s no easy way to face the music of an unenviable situation. In Rhode Island’s case, that situation involved releasing the results of the first year of testing in the state’s schools based … more
Imagine being able to go back in time to a period in your life when you could have used some good advice. Perhaps it was a moment where you were enduring a challenging development in your personal life, or you needed to make a difficult professional more
So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”– 1 Corinthians 13:13 Every year, the weather begins to get crisp – much like the skin on Thanksgiving … more
Keep your eyes open to your mercies. The man who forgets to be thankful has fallen asleep in life.” – Robert Louis Stevenson On this Thanksgiving Day, we first and foremost want to thank … more
It's important to know where you stand on the important annual debate - one of the hottest to rage during the cold months of the calendar. It's not related to local or national politics, mercifully, and it doesn't involve whether canned cranberry sauce more
Nothing unites us like a bridge - literally and figuratively. They connect people, businesses, communities and all the abstract things that go with those connections; love, friendship, ideas and all the things that make our communities worth visiting and more
With the passing of Veterans Day, we can't help but ponder an admittedly abstract and difficult question. What does it mean to truly care? It is well known to those in military families or those in the military themselves that all too often, the more
Now that the dust has settled on the 2018 election, it is time to evaluate where Warwick is at in terms of its elected representatives and how that bodes for the coming months and years. Though not exactly a shock, every partisan elected position in more
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