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If there is to be a word or theme that would best encapsulate the year 2018, unfortunately it seems that it is destined to be “divided.” Divided is the most apt way to describe many aspects of … 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
There's something about renewable energy that - if you care in any way, shape or form about the long-term health of the planet - is just simply exciting. Perhaps it is the grandiose scale of green energy projects. In Johnston, a team of wind energy more
Next Tuesday is Election Day, and it's a chance for voters everywhere to choose which political figure best represents their views for the future of the town, state, and country. We at the Sun Rise strongly urge those who are eligible to exercise their more
With a new generation of high school students graduated from their primary school educations - whether they public, private or something entirely different - a world of opportunity has opened up for yet another group of ambitious, forward-thinking young more
Maybe we're not passed the point of being able to have civil dialogue just yet. We can hope, at the very least. Results from the Rhode Island Foundation's ambitious social experiment - Together RI - has outlined positive potential for our society's more
A recent report of 40 states to update their voter rolls since the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. has indicated that young people (18-29 years of age) are … more
On Friday, Rhode Island law enforcement officers will begin to enforce a new law that further prohibits the use of handheld electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle and, as a result, more Rhode Islanders will hopefully let the message sink in more
Sometimes a little anger goes a long way. In Ethel Ricci's case, that anger took her all the way to Washington D.C. in order to advocate on behalf of the many loved ones she had lost to cancer. After losing her father, brother, brother-in-law, niece and more
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