Supporters of the Second Amendment and the anti-gun crowd agree that mentally disturbed individuals – especially those unable to discern right from wrong – should not be able to buy or possess a firearm.
The staff, volunteers, and artists of the South County Art Association are incredibly grateful to our local community for coming out in droves for our 49th Holiday Sale.
A good education should be a right for Rhode Island’s children.
And while our state has a checkered record of delivering on this responsibility, we firmly believe that Rhode Island has what it takes to identify the solutions we need.
The President of the United States can order a military strike on a foreigner in another country, killing that person without a trial (and killing anyone standing nearby), and that’s OK.
I would like to correct a statement in an article that appeared in the Nov. 21 edition of The Independent (NK Council ponders next move following town hall vote).
Two events last month confirmed the Second Amendment community’s suspicion that the anti-gun crowd will not stop until Americans are disarmed.
The Narragansett Historical Society has much to be grateful for this year, and we are! We were recognized with awards by two wonderful organizations.
Another economic development strategy presentation by the experts. Data, conclusions and strategies for a better economic future for Rhode Island are outlined.
In July 2018, I met with South County Hospital’s Nadine McCauley, patient experience manager, and Carrie Brown, special events coordinator, to discuss the possibility of writing a series of stories about the hospital’s history for its upcoming centennial.
The people have decided to spend only $5 million on refurbishing the town hall. Although the idea of having town hall-style forum to decide what to do with the building sounds nice, I would urge the town council to move quickly toward making the town hall usable as soon as possible, using the plans provided by our excellent and surely well-paid architects.