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This publication, for the most part, tries to avoid delving into national news and especially national politics, as our mission is much more driven by a desire to provide truthful, thought-provoking, local content to the people who reside in the more
Although it feels like just yesterday that the pool covers came off and crowded public spaces became inundated with the sickly-sweet scent of body odor and sunscreen, summer is giving her final bow goodbye in Rhode Island - despite intermittent more
There's something to be said about our current state of affairs when a departing mayor says matter-of-factly that civility is totally gone from politics in the modern era. That notion was put forth by outgoing mayor Scott Avedisian of Warwick, when asked more
When discussing the PawSox imminent 2021 departure from Rhode Island, it's impossible not to utilize some purposefully corny baseball terminology. This publication did that last autumn when we supported an offer put forward by the team that gathered the more
Monday marked the annual online retail celebration that many look forward to in the hopes of finding a sweet deal on electronics, home goods, personal healthcare products and quite literally everything in between. It was Amazon Prime Day - the day (and more
In their historic and controversial decision last fall, Boy Scouts of America announced that they would be slowly allowing the integration of females into their ranks, first through the Cub Scouts this summer and then allowing girls to get on a path more
What does it mean to memorialize something? Dictionaries define it as the act of remembering something and, more specifically, honoring that memory; keeping it sacred in some deeply personal part of your being. We memorialize all kinds of things as human more
Any time we catch wind of a truly bipartisan effort in politics, we think it is important to highlight and recognize it. Politics, after all, should revolve around the compromises attained by people who have otherwise differing points of view on the more
The question, if even just asked in the year 1999, would sound like a cheesy sci-fi plot point in an antiquated novel where the distant future" takes place in the year 2000. "Should you be allowed to print a fully functional firearm using blueprints" more
There's a secret that incoming college freshmen are about to learn as they prepare to move into dorm rooms across the state, country and even the world as August rushes to a close. It's a secret your parents, perhaps even your teachers, likely didn't more
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