Central Falls Receiver Robert Flanders' performance, both on stage and in his job, should spark reevaluation of theories of governance and political expedience.
I've alerted Anchor Rising readers to the unveiling of my new project, the Ocean State Current.
Michael Morse's declaration that luck does not exist and that our jobs are lucky to have us seems likely to have an upper ceiling.
Local public radio reporter Ian Donnis has gotten national attention on Brown v. Providence.
A state representative in RI wants direct democracy to be subject to campaign finance disclosures. The effect will be to suppress civic participation.
The RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity had published data covering all of Cranston's public-sector retirees, and I've posted a general comparison of the numbers with those for the state system overall.
Hopefully, the bishops et al. have a new appreciation for the dangers of negotiating morality with the immoral.
It appears that the RI AG's office was too hasty in declaring condom tossing legal.