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Perhaps I'm too practical, because I look at cars primarily as a means of transportation. If it starts, has what I consider the basic amenities - a radio, air conditioning, handles well and doesn't drink a lot of gas - I'm happy. But obviously cars can more
Care New England is moving forward for a stronger, healthier future. We are committed in our goal of providing Rhode Island with the highest levels of quality, service, and access. more
There are probably people in the world who have said or thought that they never wanted to be rich or who believed that celebrity, fame and fortune would bring more misery than joy. But I can't conceive of anyone ever saying that they more
As laborious as it can be – and sometimes laced with political and even personal jabs – the process of carefully scrutinizing city operations and finances is the bedrock to transparent and efficient government. more
To the Editor: On June 27 the capacity audience of concerned residents and taxpayers met at the Warwick Public Library and listened to the highly respected Rhode Island former Supreme Court Judge Robert Flanders deliver a remarkable speech concerning more
The question wasn’t a surprise. “Is the city taking any measures to address a rise in the sea level?” Jonathan Nelson, who is studying community adaptation to flooding and sea-level rise … more
Hard though it might be to believe, September is just around the corner - and with it the start of a new school year. Across our communities, families are preparing students for a return to the classroom - some just before the Labor Day weekend, others more
To the Editor: Anti-gun hysteria is sweeping the progressive left, the media and letters to the editor. On Gene Valicenti's radio talk show Governor Raimondo claimed military-style weapons are used in all mass shootings. Fact: FBI statistics show that more
If you get offended by the calling out of things that are offensive, you may as well stop reading now. As generational gaps widen between today's more senior members of our society and those who have come after them, instances of incompatible views more
To the Editor: Given the shockingly racist statements attributed to him in Tuesday's edition of the Warwick Beacon, Carlo Pisaturo should resign or be removed from the Warwick Sewer Authority. While urging the Authority to renege on an agreement with the more
By ERIN O'BRIEN I like the general idea of having a garden. It's just the gardening that's a little inconvenient. But don't tell our neighbor, Peter. I marvel at the ability of our neighbors who train black-eyed Susans to climb a trellis as their thin more
By KRYSTAL NOISEUX In the past year, recycling has certainly made headlines. Stories of China's outright rejection of trash-laden U.S. recyclables have peppered national news. Our neighbors in Massachusetts have grappled with special permits, allowing more
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