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For 22 continuous years, Rep. James Langevin has represented Rhode Island in Washington with steady calmness and determination. His rise to the halls of Congress is a story of perseverance, and … more
In Rhode Island, we strongly believe that every young child should get off to the right start in life—a start where children and families are supported during the early years of development, a … more
With the Governor's mandate on masking in schools set to expire next Friday, scores of parents will gleefully send their children off to school buildings throughout the state (save for some districts that have elected to continue their own mandates) free more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The Federal Trade Commission and Attorney General Peter Neronha characterized their repudiation of the proposed Lifespan-Care New England merger as an open and shut case. The merger, they say, would usher in a dangerously more
To the Editor: I was flabbergasted as I watched the local television news on Wednesday, Feb. 11 around 6:30 am. I listened as the bullets wouldn't stop for what seemed like forever. How could a person get access to this much firepower in Providence and more
To the Editor, Every adult has a role to play in keeping kids safe from gun deaths and injuries. Firearms are the leading cause of death for children and teens (ages 1 to 19) in the United States. Every year, 18,000 children and teens are shot and killed more
By JOHN MIGLIACCIO Thoughts on pending invasion of Ukraine by Russia's Putin from discussions with Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, who was a friend who lived in Garden City, Cranston, RI while a Sr. Fellow, "Watson Institute, for Foreign Policy Development" more
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