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Lawyers are supposed to give their clients utmost loyalty and competent representation. If they lapse, chances are they may be on the receiving end of a malpractice suit. Sometimes, lawyers may be … more
One of the great benefits of writing a column is that you get to meet interesting people. It is even more rewarding when you listen to somebody who is young and who has altruistic plans that can … more
Governor Gina Raimondo deserves credit for an economic revival in this state. There, I said it. With far too many naysayers, she, nonetheless, has put the “cranes in the sky” which she … more
Kudos to Senator Dominick Ruggerio for pledging to seek the opinion of the Rhode Island Supreme Court about whether internet wagering on athletics requires voters’ approval. Yet, he should go a … more
The State’s Child Advocate has released a series of reports over the last two years documenting 11 child fatalities and 6 near fatalities due to abuse and neglect. Apparently, there are 14 … more
Is there ever going to be an infusion of guts into people who are supposed to look out for the public good when politicians go awry? The state Board of Elections wimped out when it came to its ruling … more
It takes a lot to shock most Rhode Islanders. Yet, the most recent antics by East Providence Councilmen Brian J. Faria, Joseph A. Botelho, Jr. and Councilwoman Anna M. Sousa truly make one gasp. It … more
The recently published book "The Art of the Swap" brings the Gilded Age to life for children in a fun and engaging way. Featuring a body-swapping, time-travelling plot, an art heist mystery, and … more
Happy 18th birthday T.J.!My sweet boy, you have been counting down the days to your 18th birthday since January 1 and it’s finally here! In honor of your big day, I wanted to make sure that you … more
Governor Gina Raimondo and Treasurer Seth Magaziner have made the case for a statewide investment in public school buildings. As both correctly note, the longer the wait the more expensive it will be … more
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