Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Dan Elliott, running as an independent to represent District 20 believes Rhode Island is on the wrong track. What ever happened to compromise and working together to make things better? The state being controlled by a corrupt establishment more
To the Editor: No question our school system is plagued by a multitude of issues. This is a statement of fact. Issues so severe they are causing detrimental results affecting the students and their parents, our faculty and staff working within our school more
To the Editor, The month of October brings many traditions to Rhode Island: hay rides, pumpkin carving and apple picking, among others. It also marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, honoring the 1 in 8 women who will develop the illness in their more
To the Editor: To paraphrase Charles Dickens, “This is the best of times and the worst of times” for Warwick Public Schools. Dedicated teachers and support staff, coupled with eager students … more
To the Editor: Imagine living in a world where you can't voice your opinion on matters that will affect you for years to come because you're not old enough. As a teen in today's America sometimes that's what it feels like, but the founders of our country more
To the Editor: It is with the deepest appreciation that I write this letter thanking you and Charlie Hall for supporting me and everyone's First Amendment right of free speech without the fear of intimidation. I've received an inhuman level of attacks by more
To the Editor: On September 29, 2004, nearly 13 years ago and amid much fanfare, the efforts spearheaded by Councilman Joseph Solomon, along with support from Mayor Scott Avedisian and others, came to fruition with the transfer of Conimicut Light to the more
To the Editor: U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), who recently went on a fact finding trip to Syria, was repeatedly asked why the U.S. is supporting and arming terrorists groups. Every place she visited ordinary Syrians would say without hesitation that more
As Veterans Day approaches, I want to recall our own veteran. Charles E. Potter Jr., grew up in Warwick and Providence, Rhode Island near the shore. He often saw the ships pass down the bay and watched ships come and go from the Providence shipyard. As a more
To the Editor: It was a ritual every time Steve and I came home to Warwick. Steve was the Top Banana, or the comedy star of a show called This Was Burlesque." Steve was a real baggy-pants comic. Ann Corio was one of the original top strippers in the" more
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