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Some memories just have to be shared. Henry Brown knows the feeling. So does Roger Hudson. Henry has been recording stories for years. He grew up in Warwick, lived here pretty much all of his life and holds the title of the city historian. The more
To the Editor: The COVID-19 crisis has changed our lives. Social gatherings, parades, concerts, and sporting events have all been canceled this past year. Holidays like Thanksgiving look very different than they have in the past, and many family members more
To the Editor: When you walk through our state parks, it is easy to imagine that the forests in Rhode Island have always looked this way, but in reality, the forests were very different when the first European settlers arrived here. In the early 1600s, more
Impetus for this poem, and article, came from a situation where a homeless person was traumatized while living out of their car. It could have happened here. It also could have happened far away. Either way, homelessness is a scourge that impacts far too more
To the Editor: The United States is becoming a one-party country. The Democrats' unlimited immigration policy has succeeded in turning the "Left Coast" and southwestern states including Colorado blue. If they can turn Texas a Republican will never again more
To the Editor: Even though Lakewood Baptist Church was closed on Thanksgiving Sunday due to COVID-19 we were still able to carry on a tradition of collecting food for those in need. We collected a total of 486 pounds of food. The day before we set a time more
Holiday shopping season is in full swing, but for many small business owners, this always crucial time of year has become even more vital to their livelihoods as we continue down the dark road of the worst surge of the COVID-19 pandemic yet. While there more
To the Editor: Presently we have a serious increase in the coronavirus that may cause a new total lock down. What could possible happen next that could impact our daily life's putting us farther from our goal of returning to some degree of normal living? more
Throughout the past year, we have experienced a barrage of unlikely and historic happenings and coincidences. The worst pandemic in over a century and the largest social movement for societal change in 50 years have been the marquee, ongoing events that more
While the Trump presidency is running out of time, support for President Trump isn't about to evaporate. The precise fallout of that remains unclear as he refuses to concede the election. At minimum, the president's posture highlights our divided nation. more
By MADDISON SMITH In 2019, 1,282 measles cases were reported in thirty-one states. With a surge of cases in Rhode Island's neighboring states, the Rhode Island Department of Health is urging parents to vaccinate their children. This crisis is placing more
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