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There's no way to skirt around the facts. The state of public schools in Rhode Island is a dire problem. The Jacobs Report - a statewide, independent assessment of the repair needs, from crucial to cosmetics, of all 307 public school facilities more
From the numbers, Amazon's requirements to host a second North American headquarters appears impossible, yet a number of communities, including Warwick and Johnston, have submitted plans to the state to do just that. Commerce Rhode Island will then more
Police are ramping up efforts to make crosswalks safer, and this is exactly the right thing to do. more
There’s no need to mince words – the past month has been horrific for millions. And not in a “scared to go to bed with the lights off,” or a “make sure to check behind the closed shower … more
Whether or not you agree with NFL players and team owners who choose to kneel in solidarity or be entirely absent during the National Anthem played prior to games is entirely beside the point. There's a problem of perspective dissonance that can never be more
Here's hoping you battened down the hatches when you had the chance. Hurricane Jose may not be bringing destructive force to Rhode Island as was seen in Texas with Harvey or in Florida with Irma, but the great outdoors will certainly be no place to be in more
On a cloudless, beautiful September morning 16 year ago, the world changed forever. Yesterday, a day eerily similar in regards to the blue and green calmness of the environment and the perfectly tepid morning air, Warwick remembered the catalyst for more
A survey was recently published by the Rhode Island Department of Education, which asked more than 113,000 teachers, parents and students from grades 3-12 from across each district in the state questions pertaining to school pride, school anxiety and more
There’s nothing quite like a celestial event, the likes of which hasn’t been seen in nearly 40 years, to provide some sorely needed perspective into our Earthbound activities. The first total … more
The decision made by the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday to approve National Grid's increase in electricity rates from 6.3 to 9.5 kilowatts per hour, equating to about $17 extra a month on the average residents' power bill, has more
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