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A common thread of darkness has suspended over the country in recent years, highlighted by tangible health concerns due to COVID-19 and more abstract fears related to our growing sense of ideological division within our states, smaller communities and more
By JENNIFER RITZAU, M.D. The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us just how quickly and unexpectedly a person's health can change. Those tasked with helping to manage a loved-one's care often assume there will be plenty of time to talk about end-of-life more
By STACIE POTTS and KAREN ROSENBERG Like every city and town in Rhode Island, Cranston has felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in many different ways. There has been loss of revenue to the city, essential workers directly impacted by the pandemic, more
What’s a middle-of-the-road American to do?  On the left, the average, hard-working American sees the progressive/anarchist mob.  On the right, this quietly patriotic American sees … more
This week ushers in the official beginning of every consumer's favorite time of year - holiday shopping season. Beginning with Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday specials this week, which has already expanded into a weeks-long affair on internet-based more
To the Editor, As we recognize Women's Entrepreneurship Day (November 19), I want to take a moment to express my admiration for the women small business owners who keep our community running. So many talented, hard-working women have realized the true more
To the Editor: To prevent further spread of the coronavirus, we should require everyone to get fully vaccinated (including a possible third dose) - unless exempted by a sincerely held religious belief or medical condition. We should write to our more
Like every city and town in Rhode Island, Cranston has felt the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in many different ways. There has been loss of revenue to the city, essential workers directly impacted … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: "Money, it's a gas," sang Pink Floyd. As we edge closer to an election year in Rhode Island, two different money matters remain in high effect: piles of federal dollars are flowing into states, setting the stage for possible more
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