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One has to wonder if being a Rhode Island politician means never having to say you are sorry. Some stories broke in 2016 and the public has not seen any resolution concerning them. Here’s a … more
What happens in Providence doesn’t stay in Providence. Taxpayers statewide often cough up funds to subsidize the capital city. East Bay legislators, for example, may face myriad issues related … more
I am no football expert, but I have to believe that the Patriots have a plan in place for the post-Brady era. Of course, we all hope that day does not come for many more years and playoff … more
Everyone knows New Year's resolutions don't (or rarely) stick. I'd dig up the stats that show what percentage of resolutions are actually kept but I failed at my resolution to back up my … more
I know that it’s a bit audacious to make New Year’s resolutions for others, particularly when I will be starting my 5th year with the same one. I’ve been trying to scale back to a … more
I was at McCoy for Clay Buchholz' first start in AAA and at Fenway for his first major league start so seeing him get traded to Philly should make me a bit wistful—but it doesn't. He was a big … more
The town of Barrington lost one of its most beloved and iconic citizens recently when Dan MacPhee passed away on December 12, at the age of 96. Dan meant so much to so many people, particularly … more
Certainly, there is a constellation of issues which surround the question of what to do about panhandling. Two legislators have proposed “solutions” which are so over the top that the … more
Did you think you might have sleep apnea but haven’t had it checked? For some, it’s an unwillingness to take part in a sleep study. For most, it’s the inevitable prescribed … more
Red Sox fans remember well the excitement surrounding Pablo “Panda” Sandoval’s arrival in 2015 as well as the disappointment we felt when he emerged bigger and slower to start the … more
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