June 16, 2024
Opinion
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The topic of estate planning if expansive.  I am going to cover some of the basic documents and considerations.  Please note that I am not an attorney and cannot provide legal advice … more
Dear Dave, My fiancée and I plan to get married in May, and we are preparing to buy a house. We both work in sales, and combined we bring home about $7,400 a month before commissions. Our … more
Dear Dave, I read where you recommend saving 15% of your income for retirement. Should I count my employer’s contribution to my retirement plan as part of that 15%? — Carlotta … more
Dear Dave, My wife and I are both 36 years old, and we have two children. Our son is six, and our daughter will be four next month. We’ve been walking through the Baby Steps, and we should … more
Dear Dave, I’m 67, and I’ve been wondering what your position is on preplanning for a funeral versus prepaying. Is one a better idea than the … more
(Family Features) Hosting a major holiday event is no small effort. It requires close attention to detail from planning, cooking and cleaning to entertaining guests on the big day. Fortunately, just … more
(StatePoint) The holiday season is a magical time of year filled with cherished traditions that bring families together. And while gift-giving is one of the most beloved customs (especially for … more
(StatePoint) The busiest shopping days of the 2023 holiday season are on the horizon. Industry experts point out that knowing these dates in advance can help you score great deals -- or beat the … more
Review Financial Statements. In general, reviewing your financial statements is a good practice to have. However, during the holidays it is even more so! Reviewing your statements gives you the … more
My name is Tom Lopatosky. I'm the President of LOPCO Contracting ( www.LopcoContracting.com ) and I'm honored to have the opportunity to talk to you about home improvement on a monthly basis. I love … more
Last night, a female field hockey player for the Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School girls’ field hockey team sustained significant facial and dental injuries when she was struck in the face by a … more
The Rehoboth Food Pantry has been part of the Rehoboth Community for decades. The Pantry provides confidential food and fuel assistance to any Rehoboth resident that finds themselves in need of … more
One of the privileges of living in a small town like Rehoboth is the opportunity to participate in our town meetings. Town meetings are the purest form of democracy in our nation because EVERY vote … more
Self-care is deeply personal. The self-care methods that work for your friends or your partner might not work for you – and sometimes, you have to look beyond popular self-care tips to find … more
CMA Restorations hosted another successful Car Show Charity Event on Sunday, October 8, 2023, raising $5,000 for the benefit of the Rhode Island Young Marines, a National Non-profit 501c(3) … more
Line up! After their mother The goslings go. On land, Or where The water's slow. They'll grow And remain In line. Migrating southward, Right on time. more
  Wouldn’t anyone in Rhode Island or Southeastern Massachusetts prefer to fly from T.F. Green Airport rather than Logan, given a reasonable choice? This was the question I asked myself as … more
Did you know that if you are driving in an EP school zone, and the yellow lights are NOT flashing, then you can obey the regular speed limit? I ask because when I'm driving on Pawtucket Avenue, in … more
During my time in office, I have witnessed numerous capital projects go from initial concept and planning, to funding, bidding, permitting, construction and completion. These processes often take … more
A total of $6,000 was raised during the East Providence Athletic Club’s 26th Annual John Chalmers Charity Golf Tournament. The event, which was held at Triggs Memorial Golf Course, benefits the … more
September is School Attendance Awareness Month and improving attendance is one of the key goals of the Learn365RI initiative. With that in mind, I am asking parents to make sure their children come … more
The Providence Journal (Saturday, July 23) contained a letter to the editor from Warren-based sailor, Michael F. Geisser, who opined that the submerged historically-significant resources on the … more
Thank you, Glen Longstreet for your “Letter to the Editor” of the Rehoboth Reporter dated last month (September 2023). We, at the Carpenter Museum appreciate your interest in collecting … more
“You’ll die with this debt.” That’s the lie my husband and I were told. And it’s the lie that so many Americans with staggering amounts of student loan debt have come to … more
The diamonds In a Jewelry store Can't match The free ones Seen from shore. Sun sends This lake Shimmering tones. Diamonds of light. Water adorned. Don Gardner Seekonk more
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