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When Ray Di Pasquale started work as the Community College of Rhode Island’s president in 2006, he faced a number of challenges. Dissatisfaction levels among faculty had been high, with a vote … more
The issue hasn’t been making headlines to the same degree it did at other points in the last two years, but Rhode Island remains at the epicenter of an ongoing crisis. In early 2014, startling … more
Everyone agrees something must be done – and soon – to address the condition of the state’s deficient bridges. There is anything but unanimity, however, regarding how best to finance the … more
You may already be holding a life-changing ticket. Lottery fever has reached unprecedented levels of late, with thousands of Rhode Islanders buying up Powerball tickets ahead of drawings last … more
To the Editor: Following the aftermath of the San Bernardino massacre, President Obama gave an Oval Office speech this past Sunday regarding his plan to deal with terrorists. It was nothing but … more
As 2016 arrives, we’ve taken a look back at the most significant stories of the last 12 months. And it’s clear that what took place in our communities in 2015 won’t be forgotten anytime … more
One wouldn’t know it based on the weather, but the holidays are upon us once again. Across Rhode Island and the rest of the nation, recent weeks have been a time of hurried preparation – … more
It’s a story that has flown somewhat under the radar in recent weeks but could soon capture the Ocean State’s attention. Seeking greener pastures, General Electric has been exploring … more
It’s become a familiar sight – teachers holding signs warning against larger classes and calling for a fair contract. They have taken their message to School Committee meetings, where they have … more
Thanksgiving celebrations have come and gone, and the holiday countdown has entered the home stretch. No sooner had many eaten the last of their turkey and stuffing than did the new rush begin. … more
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