Editorial
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As you pass the stuffing this year, be grateful. Yes, your stuffing cost more this year. Your puny turkey cost more, and it was harder to find. The natural gas (or oil) keeping your dining room … more
The predictions for a so-called red wave — or even a red tsunami, as some pundits called it — turned out to be more of a purple ripple; a mix of red and blue victories that serves to not … more
In a world where it seems we can hardly agree on anything – and particularly amidst a political season where our worst tribal qualities are on all too apparent display – it is nice to be … more
We have consistently been vocal in the past about the importance of fulfilling your civic duty as American citizens and taking part in your fundamental right to vote, and we will do so again in … more
Making political endorsements is not something we take lightly at this publication. Considering the implications of each race, we strive to take an objective and fact-based approach to deciding who … more
Critics of state governmental spending are quick to point out when dollars are wasted, but they are less vocal to discuss initiatives worth the investment. The three measures asking for Rhode … more
The locked down election of 2020 provided a great proof of concept in regards to methods intended to make voting more accessible and convenient. Early voting and mail-in voting are valuable tools, … more
With a federal judge ruling that Rhode Island’s truck tolling program — first switched on in 2018 and responsible for generating nearly $100 million in revenue to the state since — … more
The recent scandal involving Florida’s inflammatory governor apparently sending a group of 50 Venezuelan asylum seekers to Martha’s Vineyard — allegedly under false pretenses, and … more
Perhaps it’s time to increase the cost of providing power in the Ocean State. Electric customers don’t have much of a choice in Rhode Island. Practically every utility customer pays … more
Although we are a hyper-local newspaper focused on the day-to-day events occurring in our communities, we would feel remiss to not provide some sort of comment on the historically significant passing … more
Governor Dan McKee is tired of being quiet about inconsistent gas prices. It’s quite an interesting development, we think, coming on the precipice of an election where he is by no means … more
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