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The school budget debate is fixing to be one heck of a showdown. With two weeks to go, two groups are rallying the troops. It's taxpayers (many of whom are school parents) vs. school parents … more
“If you don’t like it, do something about it.” Words to live by. Yet, too often, people will spot a problem, complain ad nauseum about it to anyone who will listen, and then … more
The waters are rising, of that there is no longer any doubt. No one can credibly argue any more that sea level rise — caused by human activity that has fueled global climate change — is a … more
The latest in a seemingly ceaseless series of local animal issues cannot be compared to the American Legion Highway calamity that put Westport on the animal cruelty map. But it is disturbing … more
Reprinted from the Warren-Times Gazette, April 17, 1913: With its eyeless sockets upturned to the skies, with a few scattered wisps of what once was hair clinging to the yellow bone, it lay upon … more
Sunday brought sunshine, t-shirt temperatures and, from out on the roads, a most deafening din. Singly and in packs, mufflerless motorcycles blasted eardrums and rattled windows, almost as though … more
Being sheriff of Bristol County, Mass., is a lot like being lieutenant governor of Rhode Island — the workload leaves many hours to meddle in others’ business. For Tom Hodgson, being sheriff … more
One can only assume city council president and ceremonial mayor Jim Briden has watched the first few meetings of the East Providence Charter Review Commission with a sense of satisfaction. After all, … more
Being sheriff of Bristol County, Mass., is a lot like being lieutenant governor of Rhode Island — the workload leaves many hours to meddle in others’ business. For Tom Hodgson, being … more
Bristol Warren Regional School District leaders must wonder why they bother trying. When they ask for the moon, they get cut. When they don't, they get cut. Watching these Bristol Warren Joint … more
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