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Kudos to Governor Gina Raimondo for proposing sound ethics legislation. Her bills include barring anyone with overdue campaign fines from running for office and one for auditing 25 percent of all … more
I don’t want to be a millennial. Alas, I don’t have a choice in the matter. We get a bad rap. I’m part of a generation who has one foot in an analog world and the other in digital. … more
Ann Smith (not her real name) suffered from a ligament condition that resulted in back spasms several times a year, leaving her doubled over in pain and in the emergency room. The only relief for her … more
Special needs trusts come in three main flavors: first-party special needs trusts, third-party special needs trusts, and pooled trusts. All three trust varieties are designed to manage resources … more
The Family Caregiver Alliance has reported that spousal caregivers over age 66 who experience caregiving-related stress have a 63 percent higher mortality rate than non-caregivers of the same age. … more
At a press conference last week, North Providence Mayor Charles Lombardi did not have one of his finer moments. For that matter, neither did some of the top brass in his police department, namely … more
Finally, the long-awaited release of records, well, sort of…from the Rhode Island State Police (RISP) of its 38 Studios investigation hit the streets. I wondered where had my beloved RISP … more
The Massachusetts Society of Genealogists will meet on Saturday, March 18, at Somerset Public Library, 1464 County St. The program at noon is by The Gravestone Girls. They will talk about gravestone … more
Welcome March! March brings hope for spring and warmer days. Cabin fever is at its peak and that frosty foe winter still blows cold winds our way. How can we pass the time before the warmth of … more
Perhaps it is because I am a trustee of a RI private non-profit university and that I attended another one, Salve Regina, but I believe that my opposition to the governor’s free college tuition … more
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