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State leaders think that you are double dumb. The state is on the brink of floating 1.1 billion dollars (interest included) for the Rhodes Work project. Your intelligence, firstly, cannot be trusted to vote on the bond project, despite the Rhode … more
I have a hard time being excited about the Kansas City Royals as World Series Champions. I am sure their fans are thrilled, and super-nice folks, so I’m glad they won, but I will admit that I can’t remember a time when I was less interested in … more
“If you want to have a fish mounted you got to keep it fresh. Don’t let it flop around on the deck and get bruised. Don’t bleed it. Just put it on ice as soon as possible. This way the integrity of the fish’s skin is not compromised. You … more
It's Halloween, and parents and kids alike are stuck in decision mode, from picking the coolest costume to the best places to canvass for candy. As kids hit up their local neighborhoods trick-or-treating, safety becomes a major concern for parents. … more
Wouldn’t it be nice if leaders took some responsibility for their actions? Instead, they constantly feed us a diet of lame excuses. Here are just a few recent examples. • Former North Providence Fire Chief Steven Catanzaro—In a … more
A workshop on proposed commercial fishing regulations for Rhode Island will be held November 16, 4:30 p.m., followed by a public hearing at 6 p.m. at the URI Graduate School of Oceanography, Coastal Institute Building, Hazard Room. Public … more
In households with elementary age students, computer use is a focal point for parents. Yet how children are seated at the computer takes a literal backseat to what students are viewing on the computer screen. While both merit concern, how your child … more
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