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The titanic Boeing wide bodied 767 roared to life. Its turbines started to make faster revolutions until the whirlpool decal on the front of the engines became a blur and the roar of a hundred or so rabid fans standing in the cold behind the airport more
Some will be disheartened to read that the Warwick City Council delayed the question of whether or not to support an $85 million bond to provide all schools throughout the city with crucial repairs. Take solace in the fact that the curtain has not closed more
Young women and teen girls have always had it tough and the recent Hollywood scandals illustrate the types of problems women have had to face not only in entertainment but in many other industries as well. There is however long-time 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
Without getting bogged down into the nauseating details of the recent tax bill pushed through the federal legislature and signed by President Trump prior to the end of the year - we can shorten up the debate into two schools of thought. One side - in a more
It is easy to hyperbolize in today's society. We live in a culture dominated by sensationalized headlines, relentless advertisers and increasingly daring television programming and movies all with the same agenda in mind - to grab the attention of a more
While the future of Warwick's school buildings remains uncertain, and will remain as such until we get a definite answer from the Warwick City Council on Jan. 22 when they hear further discussion from the School Department on an $85 million bond, it is more
How often do you think about where things come from? We don't just mean whether or not you check if your candy comes from a factory that processes tree nuts, or if you know the farm where your vegetables were grown, picked, washed and delivered from. Do 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
State government officials are well aware that something needs to be done to avoid ending the fiscal year in a multi-million dollar deficit, but there's little guarantee about whether or not there's enough time left to maneuver the ship away from that more
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