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By ANDREW SCHIFF As we approach the end of the school year, students from elementary to high school are preparing for final exams. They are hoping for high marks. The best students like to show … more
When I hit the send button last week to submit my weekly columns and other news/photos, I did not know it would be my final deadline. For the past 28 years, I have not missed … more
The 250th celebration commemorating the burning of the HMS Gaspee will be unlike any that has come before it. Not only is the anniversary itself significant, but it coincides with the exciting … more
Seeking to build more “affordable housing,” state house politicians have proposed legislation which would allow apartments to be built in areas currently zoned only for single-family … more
Securing the future of Kent Hospital is essential for the health of our community. Thousands of Rhode Islanders in Warwick and beyond depend on Kent’s services, from emergency care to cancer … more
There is no amount of column space that could adequately summarize the gaps in the American healthcare system. They have been well-documented through peer-reviewed studies, spoken to for incalculable … more
By PATRICIA CRINER, RN My name is Patricia Criner. I am an ICU nurse at Kent hospital and president of the Union. Our union represents over 1,500 terrific, dedicated employees. It has been very … more
By TIM GRAY I was six years old when I first picked up a book on World War II and thought to myself, “what incredible stories.” When I was ten years old, my parents asked me what I … more
I  came to a stop across from Crossroads, the former Providence YMCA building, and waited for the light to turn green to get onto the on ramp to Route 95 south. It was Sunday, the scene … more
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