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While this year's presidential campaign has already defied expectations and drawn enormous attention, the political season won't come into full focus for most Rhode Islanders until later this summer and fall. The attention of many will turn to other more
While cooler temperatures and proverbial “April showers” have lingered into May, Rhode Islanders are increasingly turning their attention to the outdoor staples of the spring and summer … more
When it comes to wrongdoing on the part of public servants, Rhode Island certainly has no monopoly. Yet for those who call the Ocean State home, it can often feel otherwise. In very recent memory, … more
The sight of discarded mattresses and box springs – on the side of the road, alongside dumpsters or charitable collection boxes, in vacant lots, in wooded areas – is unfortunately too familiar … more
As we write this week, voters are going to the polls. By the time of publication, the results of the Rhode Island presidential primary – barring a razor-thin margin or other unexpected issue – … more
Perhaps the prevailing narrative in this year’s presidential campaign has been one of frustration with the “establishment.” Clearly, millions of Americans feel that our economic and political … more
With nearly 200 pages, the 22nd Annual Kids Count Factbook creates a statistical image of Rhode Island’s children. Following 71 indicators of child and family well-being, from parental employment, … more
After a week of controversy has come a bit of news that should have Rhode Islanders truly feeling a bit cooler and warmer. Narragansett beer, a local icon for decades, has announced it will return … more
Fixing the state’s roads and bridges – and how to pay for it – has been at the forefront of debate at the State House for much of this year. Now, as the budget process for the coming fiscal … more
For the second time this year, Rhode Island has unexpectedly lost a political icon. Robert J. Healey, founder of the Cool Moose Party and a perennial candidate for governor and lieutenant governor … more
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