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Judging by recent news reports, Rhode Island has a few issues with appointing judges as most vividly illustrated by the retirement of Providence Judge Frank Caprio of Caught in Providence.  … more
You likely don’t need me to tell you that children all over the country are suffering the academic consequences of the pandemic, and Rhode Island is not an exception. A 2022 survey revealed … more
STORY OF THE WEEK It became clear in recent weeks that Josh Saal’s tenure as Rhode Island’s housing secretary was drawing to an end. Whether Saal was the right person for the job is … more
If the past couple of weeks have taught us anything, it’s that we shouldn’t take for granted the infrastructure that keeps us safe on the ground — but we should also remain keenly … more
To the  Editor, As you might know, January marks Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery and it happens in every state, including ours. Many Rhode … more
Humans of Cranston is a recurring column showcasing the stories of Cranston residents’ community involvement, diversity and unique life perspectives. Marlene Gamba has a passion for theatre, … more
To the Editor, Thank you, Don Fowler for highlighting the tremendous value of gifting the arts for Christmas in your article on Dec. 15! I could not agree with you more, and I really appreciated … more
STORY OF THE WEEK History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes, or so the saying goes. That spurred thoughts on two different events this week. In DC, U.S. House Republicans were unable to elect … more
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