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By HOUSE SPEAKER K. JOSEPH SHEKARCHI Sixty years ago, up the road in Boston, President Kennedy gave farewell remarks to his home state before assuming the presidency. Those remarks still guide public servants well. He challenged those of us entrusted more
By JAMES SHEEHAN Governor Gina Raimondo has made in-person learning a top priority for Rhode Island's school children during the Covid-19 pandemic. The governor knows that the educational outcomes, social-emotional health, and well-being of students more
By TOM SHAKER The recent passing of my friend Winston Cogswell should interest all Rhode Islanders. Who's Winston Cogswell you might ask? Well, on one hand he was a dear sweet man who lived with his wife Claire and his dog Rebel in a modest more
By YVONNE WOLNY Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a tremendous focus on following guidelines to safeguard your health while also recognizing the importance of not putting off routine care in order to maintain good health. Total health is more
By ERIN O'BRIEN Our destination was Carr's Pond in West Greenwich, a twenty-minute drive from Warwick, for a leisurely Sunday stroll. As always, for this California transplant, the experience would turn out to be part field trip and part adventure. more
By KIM KECK Rhode Island is unique on many levels, especially when it comes to health care. Leaders from across the health care spectrum have joined during the past several years with the shared aim of transforming the healthcare ecosystem and improving more
By PATRICK T. CONLEY Rhode Island Historian I'm not a racist. I make this candid statement to avert such an unfounded charge against me in response to the position I will herein assert against changing the formal historical name of our state by deleting more
By JONATHAN STONE Election season will not be over in Rhode Island on November 3. After the presidential election, the R.I. General Assembly is expected to reconvene to address major, unfinished state business: the adoption of the 2021 budget and the more
By DEBORAH RUGGIERO What is your plan for voting in this November's election? I'm not asking IF you are voting (it's your civic duty), or for whom (that's your choice), but HOW are you voting? There are now three ways to vote in Rhode Island: You can more
By DR. PETER S. NAKHLA During the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, many doctors' offices and health care facilities were postponing appointments, elective surgeries and any care that was not related to COVID-19 or considered an emergency. Those more
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