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This publication, for the most part, tries to avoid delving into national news and especially national politics, as our mission is much more driven by a desire to provide truthful, thought-provoking, local content to the people who reside in the more
Whether you've already gone to the polls, cast your vote through the mail or an emergency ballot, or are planning on going later today before polls close at 8 p.m., exercising your most fundamental American right - to vote - is a responsibility that more
Although it feels like just yesterday that the pool covers came off and crowded public spaces became inundated with the sickly-sweet scent of body odor and sunscreen, summer is giving her final bow goodbye in Rhode Island - despite intermittent more
When discussing the PawSox imminent 2021 departure from Rhode Island, it's impossible not to utilize some purposefully corny baseball terminology. This publication did that last autumn when we supported an offer put forward by the team that gathered the more
Just because you can encapsulate your entire point of view on any given subject into 280 characters, really, should you? Perhaps one of the most intriguing phenomena in modern society - only in the last 10 years has this even become a thing" - is how" more
As the state mid-term elections draw closer and closer, politics season seems to engulf everything around us, like a cloud of fallen leaves engulfs a backyard... more
If you were looking for ideal candidates for public office, you would likely want people who had demonstrated that they were willing to put the needs of their fellow citizens above their own. You more
In an age where nearly every topic has become viciously polarizing, relations with law enforcement officers has become increasingly strained in communities across the country - sometimes for valid reasons related to abuse of power and unnecessary more
If there is to be a word or theme that would best encapsulate the year 2018, unfortunately it seems that it is destined to be “divided.” Divided is the most apt way to describe many aspects of … more
The question, if even just asked in the year 1999, would sound like a cheesy sci-fi plot point in an antiquated novel where the distant future" takes place in the year 2000. "Should you be allowed to print a fully functional firearm using blueprints" more
There's a secret that incoming college freshmen are about to learn as they prepare to move into dorm rooms across the state, country and even the world as August rushes to a close. It's a secret your parents, perhaps even your teachers, likely didn't more
It's important to know where you stand on the important annual debate - one of the hottest to rage during the cold months of the calendar. It's not related to local or national politics, mercifully, and it doesn't involve whether canned cranberry sauce more
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