We’ve been ignoring climate change for generations. Even though our 140-character attention span was recently increased to 280, the issue is too big for our selfie society to take the time to understand. Plus, if we did, we’d actually have to change our behaviors and reduce our consumption. Opinion
ATTLEBORO, Mass. — When Ray Tameo was a young boy and his friends invited him to play baseball, he usually turned them down in favor of going birdwatching.
SAUNDERSTOWN, R.I. — Chi Chan bought the foreclosed property for $400,000 little more than a year ago. While she has no plans to move in herself, squirrels, a chipmunk, a snake, and an owl now call the place home, at least temporarily.
PROVIDENCE — The Conservation Law Foundation is hosting an informational meeting Oct. 29 to explain why it considers the proposed Burrillville power plant a “zombie.”
PROVIDENCE — Perhaps the least attention-grabbing of the Question 3 bond projects is the $7.9 million for drinking water, stormwater, and sewage treatment projects.