Letters to the editor
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Dear Kevin, I believe you can hear me in spirit what I am about to write. In the spring of 1968 I was 4 years old and was on top of the handlebars of your sister Mimi's bike riding down Lyndon Road very fast in Edgewood. I only have a fleeting memory of more
To the Editor:Our young people in the Buttonwoods area are sorely in need of an area in which to ride their dirt bikes.  This city owes them the opportunity to enjoy fresh air and a healthy, … more
To the Editor:The climate that surrounds us these days is divisive at best. You don’t have to look too far to see that, in fact, we are assigned to “us and them,” defined by … more
To the Editor: Several years ago, I wrote to this paper to explain how Rhode Island Home Care Agencies have gotten the short end of the stick for many years. In 2016 and 2017, after many years of fighting, agencies received pass-thru raises for the CNAs more
To the Editor: Your review of the Blizzard of '78 brought back many memories. All of us in the Walsh administration, especially, have some vivid recollections. The blizzard really brought out the best in our citizens. When my daughter's bus from Winman more
To the Editor: Upon accepting the position of Police Chief in the town of North Providence, I pledged to become part of the fabric of the town, take an active role in our community and endeavored to connect with residents. Shortly after being sworn in, more
To the Editor: I'm the Pawtucket House Dist. 60 state rep. I fully support the proposition, we want to keep the PawSox in Pawtucket. I signed on to House Resolution H7290, which mirrors S2001 to keep the discussion ongoing in my House of Representatives. more
To the Editor: Once again the federal workers of this country have been double-crossed by their government. Just because those fools in Washington behave like five-year-olds at recess, millions of Americans have to wait to see if they will be called back more
To the Editor: I was at the Shell gas station at Main Avenue and Route 5 on Wednesday, December 27. The pumps were new and I was a little confused. Then Warwick motorcycle police officers came to my aid. One of them told me to go inside and pay. When I more
To the Editor:On February 3 unsigned three-fold flyers with racist overtones were circulated around Providence and Pawtucket titled (“Negro Crime in Mayor Jorge O. Elorza’s Sanctuary City … more
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