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COMMENTARY | ANN MACDONALD

Rhode Island’s new sepsis regulations will save lives

Rhode Island recently became the first state in New England to enact regulations to improve the recognition and treatment of sepsis. The law goes into effect this month.

COMMENTARY | SCOTT MILLAR

When creating more housing, R.I. needs a more thoughtful approach to growth

New development should adhere to the state plan designed to protect its natural resources.

COMMENTARY | GREG MILLER

The solution to Rhode Island’s housing crisis: Welcome more neighbors

The housing crisis is affecting everyone, from new college grads to aging empty nesters to employers looking to hire. Making it possible to build accessory dwelling units by-right makes sense for the smallest state.

COMMENTARY | CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM AND LISA RANGLIN

In Rhode Island, school attendance is a foundation for a vibrant economy and competitive workforce

Business organizations like ours must stand with Governor Dan McKee and Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green to build awareness of our chronic absentee crisis, write Rhode Island Businesses for Better Education.

COLUMN | DAN MCGOWAN

‘Coach’ McKee needs a new game plan in the Washington Bridge fiasco

It’s difficult to have confidence that the governor can create the right strategy and guide the state through this legitimate crisis.

COMMENTARY | DAN MCKEE

Governor McKee: Why I attended President Biden’s Valley Forge address

The stakes for our nation and our democracy have been at risk many times over the course of our history, the governor of Rhode Island writes, but never more so than this year.

COMMENTARY | KEVIN MCNAMARA

Why did Ed Cooley leave PC? It was time. But why Georgetown?

Health challenges can happen anywhere. Other bumps in the road faced by the former Providence College basketball coach were unique to the coach living and working in his hometown.

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We are never ever getting back together (Ed Cooley’s version)

It's finally here. The return of Ed Cooley. "We hope you like being a Hoya / Now it's time for Kim English to destroy ya" (with apologies to Taylor Swift).