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To the Editor: This habitat is a recognition that the earth is one and an acknowledgement that it behooves us to work at maintaining a sustainable balance in nature. Like many of you readers, I am … more
To the Editor: Our ocean, and its coast, is one of the greatest gifts we have as Rhode Islanders. Access is a privilege for all and limiting that access is not only wrong, it's … more
 It’s that joyful time of year again. A time when winter-traumatized Rhode Islanders can begin to put the snow shovel back in its spot amidst the clutter in the back of the garage, and … more
  In an era where our two dominant political parties can’t seem to agree on whether or not the sky is blue, many were probably shocked when they saw that the U.S. Senate emerged with a … more
Sometimes when things just don’t to go right, you actually end up with an unexpected dividend. In this case, it was meeting Robert Bedrick who lives with his cat Cooper in Cranston. I … more
By JOHN HILL As they pull out of their driveways on their way to work or a store, the biggest worry confronting the people who live around Scituate Avenue is probably how bad the traffic will be … more
Some years ago, the date buried in the sands of my memory, I got one of those calls that made me wonder if there was some truth to the tale I was being told. The caller said “you would … more
To the Editor, With all of the hullabaloo recently about judges and senior administrators in the state’s judiciary and other state agencies giving themselves $3,000 “retention” … more
To the Editor, “Most Americans can’t take the reality of war, and the reports sent back by [media people] don’t help”. So writes Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in his autobiography … more
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