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Cross in group's crosshairs

April 23, 2012

WOONSOCKET – The thorny constitutional principle of separation of church and state is rearing its head over a 1921 World War I monument featuring a prominent Christian cross on city property.
Unlike the recent prayer banner controversy in Cranston, which was sued by the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, the threat of legal action in this case is coming from the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a national nonprofit organization halfway across the country.

PAWTUCKET — Other than Will Middlebrooks expressing confidence that he was able to put some nice...
PAWTUCKET — At first blush, it would seem PawSox manager Kevin Boles has a dilemma on his hands....
LINCOLN — It’s very safe to say Cumberland High skipper Paul Murphy had hoped Thursday afternoon’s...
WOONSOCKET – A former Revere, Mass., educator has filed an application with the Rhode Island Department of Education to...
WOONSOCKET – Quick, what do Superman, President Barack Obama and screen actor Jason Statham all have in common? Yeah,...
WOONSOCKET – UnitedHealthcare of New England is seeking the Department of Health’s approval to cut Landmark Medical...

 

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