Editorials

Those seeking some kind of resolution in Cranston’s “Ticketgate” saga recently got their wish.

There are still unanswered questions, and the story isn’t likely to go away. But the recent announcement that the State Police investigation is concluded – with a recommendation that Cranston Capt. Stephen …

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One way to stimulate the Rhode Island economy and attract more business to the state is … More
That didn’t take long. On Monday came news that the proposed state pension settlement … More
It’s often thought cynical to say that moments of crisis create opportunity. For the … More
Last month, as an agreement was announced that would settle legal challenges to Rhode … More
For several weeks, the controversy surrounding the Cranston Police Department has been … More
Editorial Cartoon
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Return to First Principles
Steve Frias
Cranston Chatter
Meri R. Kennedy
Write of Way
Meg Fraser
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Bea Lanzi
Op-eds
Let’s not sugarcoat things. I recognize that Rhode Island isn’t perfect. We have some … More
If Rhode Island wants to attract new companies to locate here and encourage existing … More
The snow has melted away – for now, at least. Temperatures have risen into the 50s – … More
With all of the furor surrounding the economy and job creation in Rhode Island, another … More
DMV COMPUTER SYSTEM WORSE THAN OBAMACARE’S:  We were all amazed that the U.S. … More
Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

The Rhode Island state troopers’ investigation of Cranston’s “Ticketgate” has now reached the laughing stage. How can anyone believe that this is being conducted in a straightforward method? Even if you allow for an extreme investigation of all men in blue, the civilians working for the …

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One way to stimulate the Rhode Island economy and attract more business to the state is … More
To the Editor: Al Saccoccia requested to make a cafe out of an existing building that … More
To the Editor: Cranston residents are the big losers with Col. Marco Palombo’s … More
To the Editor: Now that he has been elected (overwhelmingly) as the Speaker of the … More
To the Editor: The City of Cranston has been well served by its police chief Col. … More
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