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To the Editor: In the near future the most recent financial audit commissioned by the Warwick City Council will be ready for presentation. The docketing of this report is likely sooner than later. Warwick is entering the budget season and this more
To the Editor: What does being a kid stand for, or even really mean in today's world? When I was a kid (born in 1990) it meant going outside for fresh air and friends. As soon as the school bus would drop my sister and I off at home our backpacks hit the more
All too often it takes a major tragedy to occur before people start paying attention to issues or organizations responsible for those tragedies strive to make changes to prevent such incidents from happening in the first place. In the case of the Rhode more
To the Editor: As Easter approaches, take time to review many of the gifts we enjoy living in the U.S. Today, there are decisive movements that attempt to split us into opposing factions. We still have the freedom that allows us to accept or reject these more
To the Editor: On April 2nd the Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony on a variety of firearms bills particularly those on Governor Raimondo and Attorney General Nehrona's comprehensive agenda of gun reform". At one point Senator Harold Metts" more
It's happened several times at different times of night. For no apparent reason I wake up with the feeling I'm being watched. The room is dark. The ticking of the bureau clock seems unusually loud. I slow my breathing and listen intently. It's then that more
Like so many aspects of our lives and segments of our economy, the business model of publications such as ours has been inexorably disrupted in the digital age. On the advertising side, businesses and individuals today have access to a broad range of more
Open Letter to Mayor Solomon and the City Council: In February of 2018 $30,000 was allocated to hire the accounting firm YKSM to produce certain reports pertaining to the fiscal condition of the city of Warwick. It has now been some 14 months and the more
There's something to be said about a public official that decides to leave on their own terms rather than wait until they are run out of town, until they are operationally ineffective or they are otherwise forced to give up their position due to scandal, more
To the Editor: I am writing to thank Representative Joseph McNamara and Senator Joshua Miller for their work as sponsors of the RI Market Stability and Consumer Protection Act (H5916/S738). This bill will make sure that the consumer protections of the more
By STEVE FRIAS In search of more revenues, the General Assembly recently enacted legislation requiring more companies to collect Rhode Island's seven percent sales tax on items ordered on the internet. This legislation is a result of a 2018 U.S. Supreme more
Time owns us. Fear not, this is not a philosophical column on our time spent on Earth, or indeed whether it extends beyond the boundaries of the world as we know it. I'm not ready to go there. So, let's start with the kitchen, my kitchen. The kitchen more
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