September 21, 2014
Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Changing schools is never easy. Closing schools is even harder. However, sometimes it just has to be done. We do not have the luxury of maintaining the infrastructure of a school … more
To the Editor: I have been a federal employee for over 25 years. Along with my military service record of 30 years, full- and part-time, that amounts to over 55 years of experience working for the … more
To the Editor: The intolerable practices of the Veterans Administration hospitals and their gross mistreatment of patients understandably triggered a loud demand for the director’s resignation. … more
To the Editor: In Warwick, we are fortunate to have many devoted teachers and administrators whose dedication to our students is matched only by their continued enthusiasm for their profession. … more
To the Editor: Elected government officials should not be trying to deny John DePetro of his constitutional right to freedom of speech and to freedom of the press (talk radio is the equivalent … more
To the Editor: Matt Bower’s Aug. 19 Beacon article, “Schools approve revised $162.6 million budget,” describes the Warwick School Committee’s concern about low math and reading NECAP test … more
It was Governor’s Bay Day this past weekend, where the bonus was free parking and free transportation to the state beaches in Narragansett Bay and along the Atlantic coast, widely acclaimed as some … more
To the Editor: In all the bad press being given against the VA hospitals, I felt compelled to write. The Providence Rhode Island Veterans facility has given me the best care. It begins with the … more
To the Editor: Your article on Halloween safety was well written and included points not everyone thinks about. It would have been better to publish it Tuesday, Oct. 29, so that your readers would … more
To the Editor: The good that one possesses from prayer has been written about by many saints, but I will speak of my own experiences. My wife and I recently lost our son, Rick, to cancer. We … more
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