Editorial
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To the Editor, Flaws are part of human frailty and I’m not going to take a stand without prefacing that I am not a human being without frailties or failures myself.  Captive to … more
Hello everyone, a report was just released called "Wildlands in New England" which "is the first U.S. study to map and characterize all permanently conserved lands in one region that are managed to … more
So, it has been a long time since I haven’t lived with roommates of one kind or another. Even before my leg-breaking car accident I’d moved back in with my parents… as so many … more
Amidst a flurry of legislative efforts being submitted in the home stretch of the general assembly’s session is one bill that simultaneously threatens the vitality of local newspapers, such as … more
To the Editor,  Regarding the "fight" between Governor Dan McKee and Attorney General Peter Neronha outlined in a recent Providence Journal article, the story asks whether Neronha's refusal … more
Sincere apologies to anyone who felt demeaned that I had drawn a boy saluting with the wrong arm in a Memorial Day cartoon published last week. It was not my intention to disrespect anyone who served … more
Dear Editor: I must take issue with the false representations of Councilman Robert Ferri in the Cranston Herald two weeks ago and his misleading statements on the Council floor during the … more
Cranston City Council Candidate Anthony Melillo (R-Ward 6) today expressed concern over the planned date for the special election for Ward Six voters created by the resignation of former Councilman … more
In considering whether or not a fledgling advocacy group calling for at least one armed police officer to be placed in every school in Rhode Island has real merit and is worthy of a $24 million … more
To the Editor, May 10 is the 90th anniversary of the 1933 purging of public and private libraries in Germany. Nazis snatched books from shelves, throwing them in the street to burn because … more
To the Editor, The Rhode Island Lottery's objection to proposed state legislation that would legalize online gambling in the Ocean State totally misses the larger point.  The main issue … more
To the Editor, Regarding recent news stories about bills that would provide free lunches for all students in Rhode Island public schools, as a former school district chief operating officer, I … more
This Memorial Day, millions of American families will take time to honor the memory of the men and women who lost their lives fighting in one of the nation’s wars. It can be a challenging day … more
We wholeheartedly endorse a package of six bills before the general assembly seeking to make improvements in the electoral process. These changes, while not monumental or particularly … more
To the Editor, I’m writing in response to the recent article titled School Safety Now, Not Later. I agree with retired officer Tim Colgan that RI schools must be made safe for our … more
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