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To the editor: Many thanks to Warren Voluntary Historic District commissioners who reached out to preservationists around the state for expert perspective on the proposed development at 113/119 … more
To the editor: On Dec. 5, the Warren Planning Board held a meeting for the Master Plan application to build an apartment building on Water Street, which requires the demolition of two historic … more
To the editor: This letter is a response to a speech made by Warren’s Planner, Bob Rulli, at the Dec. 15 Planning Board meeting, and the Dec. 21 article in the Warren Times on his departure … more
The end of an era…I have to close the door to my office/salon for the final farewell to a record-breaking career. Here's the history of my project and my prospect. My youngest uncle, who … more
To the editor: In recent weeks, a lot of public attention has been understandably focused on the Low and Moderate Income Housing Act and its impact on the decision-making process of the Warren … more
To the editor: Calls for gun bans are well-meaning but misguided. People bent on evil and mayhem will get weapons. So-called gun control only disarms the law-abiding. Our only safety lies in being … more
To the editor: Recently, a writer from the Phoenix questioned the chairperson of the Bristol Christmas Festival committee regarding the use of the term "Christmas" in the title of the annual … more
On January 3, I will humbly take the oath of office and become Rhode Island’s 13th Secretary of State. That will officially conclude my 32-plus years as an educator, coach and athletic director … more
To the editor: Truth be told, my initial reaction last year when my wife said she was going to put a holiday tree up at Barrington Beach was, "some kid will light that on fire." She did it anyway, … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: House Speaker Joe Shekarchi remains in an enviable political position heading into his second term in what is sometimes called the most powerful post in Rhode Island state … more
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