Editorial
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There is no easy or polite way to bring up the topic of suicide, but it must be spoken about if we are to save lives that are possible to be saved. For those who have experienced losing a loved … more
To the editor, I feel the need offer another view on the proposed legislation regarding the Cranston Gun Range. My husband and I attended Western Hills and Cranston West in the 1970s. In the early … more
The birds do sing,  anyway. The flowers do bloom,   anyway. The waters do move,   anyway. The trees grow leaves,  anyway. The sun also rises,  … more
To the Editor, This year we will be celebrating our third Easter in the throes of the pandemic with an unknown timeframe.  We are also facing a devastating war in Eastern Europe, escalating … more
To the Editor, You need a new roof.  It's going to cost about $15,000.  You have well over a $100,000 in a secure account.  You hate lenders and have a poor credit rating because … more
To the Editor, What if we, as American citizens, had the power to remove any citizen who is considered to have violated or transgressed community norms to such an extent that he/she posed a threat … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The familiar ritual of hearings on gun-related bills played out at the Statehouse last week, with lengthy meetings extending into the night and impassioned testimony on both sides … more
To the Editor, "A friend of mine in a B-29 dropped another load -- for luck!" So warbled Perry Como's thin, tremulous voice, his face wreathed in smiles. Swooning over her idol, it surely … more
A bill recently introduced to the Rhode Island legislature by advocates for more affordable and less institutionally problematic housing throughout the state’s most populated communities … more
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