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  • Carrier JFK a windfall for RI   Published Sep 23, 2014
    When the aircraft carrier Saratoga was towed out of Newport to be scrapped, a fair number of Rhode Islanders believed we might have lost an … more ...
    Once upon a January day in 1917, the residents of a tiny village called Connecticut banks of the Pawcatuck River named Clarkville dedicated a chapel … more ...
    When asked about slavery, Thomas Jefferson said, “It’s like having a wolf by the ears; you don’t like it very much but you don’t dare … more ...
    All Rhode Islanders have their own special places in the state. We ought to, there are plenty to go around. It might be a city … more ...
    At its September meeting, the Charlestown Town Council took a major step forward in the slow march toward making the ChurchWoods affordable housing project a … more ...
    As the 2014 November elections approach and the campaign for five seats on the Charlestown Town Council begins it is important that Charlestown’s voters make … more ...
    Promoting solar on statewide level   Published Sep 16, 2014
    This editorial was published recently in the Newport Daily News. As the viability of wind power continues to be debated — illustrated by the Navy’s … more ...
    Tales of hurricanes past keep washing up on the shores of “Reminiscing,” and our friend Peggy Hathaway has a couple that are particularly memorable. We … more ...
    There are two sides to every coin. This is a simple and often accurate tenet that applies to many different situations. It is one that … more ...
    This editorial appeared recently in the Newport Daily News. Rhode Island was ahead of its time in 1986, when it became the first state to … more ...

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    The following was taken with permission from the website of First Selectman Ed Haberek. More than 1,200 residents signed a petition recently to examine changing … more ...
      Published Sep 10, 2014
    The following was taken with permission from the website of First Selectman Ed Haberek. More than 1,200 residents signed a petition recently to examine changing … more ...
    People often ask me how I’m able to come up with ideas for the column week after week, and the truth is I don’t know. … more ...
    Newspapers adapt and grow online   Published Sep 5, 2014
    The sky is always falling and newspapers are always dying. For more than a decade, that has been a common and constant refrain. While working … more ...
    R.I.: sweet spot for U.S. defense   Published Sep 3, 2014
    Providence Business News recently reported that General Dynamics Electric Boat has hired more than 720 new employees at its Quonset Point facility since the beginning … more ...
    It’s no surprise that when people find out what I do, they’re quick to share their personal stories with me. The good news is that … more ...
    Reminiscing readers have seen terrifying accounts of the Great Hurricane of 1938 by survivors who escaped with their lives that treacherous day. But there were … more ...
    Nothing does more to erode public support for the First Amendment than public stunts deliberately designed to offend people of faith. Think Fred Phelps and … more ...
    In the winter of 1939, Porter Hoxie sat down and wrote a letter to his young daughter, Jane, because he thought it would be a … more ...
    As one who has spent a lifetime paddling about in that great river we call Shakespeare, I slipped east in Sunday’s twilight with some anxiety … more ...
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