TOM WARD - Flanders likely closer than 24 points; Raimondo to win

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It’s pretty clear that Democrats Gov. Gina Raimondo and U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse are favored to win re-election Nov. 6, not necessarily because of glowing terms in office but because Rhode... more

ARLENE VIOLET - Flanders does well in Senate debate

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What do you get when you have a top-notch moderator team of Tim White and Ted Nesi, both of WPRI-TV, who insist that two candidates who are intelligent and at the top of their game answer their well-... more

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Why don’t Rhode Islanders embrace two-party system?

I pen this letter not only as the Chair of the Cumberland Republican Town Committee, but more so as a concerned Rhode Islander. This is the second time I present this letter to The Valley Breeze.... more

Please, finish Diamond Hill Road work!

Approaching the exit from I-295 north to Diamond Hill Road, I prepare myself for a frustrating game of cat and mouse, trying to carefully merge, taking my life in my hands, praying some kind person... more

Support Question 3 to keep our towns green

The Blackstone Valley Tourism Council strongly encourages Blackstone Valley voters to approve the Green Economy Bond, Question 3, on this year’s referenda on Election Day, Nov. 6. In this year’s... more

Get teen-agers out and on the field in digital age

From the Greatest Generation to Baby Boomers, Generation X to Millennials, teenagers in every era have had challenges growing up. In today’s digital world, high school students are being tested in... more

Support integrity and vote for Charette

Be bold. Vote for Bill Charette, Senate District 19, and end the political bullying of the incumbent Sen. Pearson. Rhode Island has so much potential to be vibrant and successful, but it will never... more

Why can’t we meet to discuss Scituate’s drug prevention grant?

A recent opinion piece in The Observer revisited several questions regarding spending on Scituate’s primary drug prevention Partnership for Success (PFS) grant. The topics mentioned are essentially a... more

Smithfield school bond – the time is now

Opposition to approving municipal bonds usually include reasons to delay the project but delays come with costs. For the school bond being put before the Smithfield voters on Nov. 6, there are... more

Flanders chastised for C.F. pension cuts

As a retired Central Falls firefighter, I feel compelled to write regarding Republican candidate Robert Flanders who is seeking election to Congress. While Flanders served as the state-appointed... more

First walk in memory of Licht a success

The first walk in loving memory of Katie Licht was held on Sept. 16 at the Cumberland Monastery. This was a very successful event with proceeds going to the Carin MacLean Foundation, a non-profit... more