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"It's really calmed down. I'm going to take Ollie out for a walk," Carol announced. She was right. The sun was trying to come out, the day was brightening. "It could be the eye of the storm," I cautioned. "I knew you would say that," she answered. She more
There's something odd about Rhode Islanders being seemingly disappointed by the failure of a storm to properly devastate the region to their expectations. We're sure you've heard some variation of this reaction. You can see it in the various sarcastic more
By ROBERT ISENBERG I found the sign by accident. I was on a bike ride anyway, a little jaunt through Roger Williams Park. I reached Park Avenue, like I often do, and waited for the red light. Then I looked up and saw it: a square sign printed in white, more
To the Editor: There is an issue most people are unfamiliar with, but that, if ignored, can have serious negative consequences for our community. That issue is the ubiquitous use of wireless devices. People might be under the common assumption that more
To the Editor: In the interest of balanced reporting and the public interest, the Herald might want to look into and publicize the "Safe List" program described by Flock Safety on their website. This program apparently allows any individual to "opt out" more
Your eyes, ears, and teeth are connected to your body - Medicare/Medicaid at 56 - Herb Weiss By HERB WEISS Over 56 years ago, Congress became actively involved in the health insurance business with President Lyndon Johnson signing the Social Security more
By IAN DONNIS Redistricting issue heats up RI One of the first rhetorical shots of the 2022 legislative campaign season was fired last week when some progressives objected to Smith Hill leaders' picks for the General Assembly redistricting commission. more
Federal public health departments aren't perfect. State public health officials are slightly less perfect. School Committees aren't public health officials. So their public health decisions are bound to be far from perfect. One theme united two very more
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