Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:Mr. Elliot, thank you for being so concerned about R.I. public safety officers’ feelings, but unfortunately you have the facts of Rep. Bennett’s legislation completely … more
To the Editor: Working together to benefit the taxpayers of Warwick, last month the City Council passed an ordinance that will directly support local businesses. The ordinance addresses the solicitation of bids for the city. While reviewing bids on the more
To the Editor: I am disappointed that the Warwick School Committee is deciding to have a special meeting this Thursday at 7:15 in the morning. It is impossible for many parents, teachers, students and members of the public to attend a 7:15 a.m. meeting more
To the Editor: I was thrilled to see the animal control officer parked at the beginning of the paths at Rocky Point on a recent Sunday. I read that they were going to start doing that because of people like you, who believe they do not have to obey the more
To the Editor: The very enlightening Beacon article A plan to revive Warwick Schools" (8/8/17) by Brandon Pearson was well thought-out with many fine suggestions aimed at improving our students' education. I would agree with many of them but not all of" more
To the Editor: Just what did Hillary Clinton do to deserve such a venomous letter by Sam Parente (Deceivers in the Democratic Party, 6/8/17)? I must assume Parente cast his vote for Donald Trump. If so what did the nation get? A so-called president who more
To the Editor: As there is no longer any respect or moral compass left in this deteriorating nation and as most of its inhabitants are unenlightened halfwits, why are we so concerned regarding these overpaid and undereducated imbeciles of the NFL? If any more
To the Editor:Having been a regular attendee at city council meetings for many years now, I can remember what sparked my interest in local civics, or should I say, “my concern.” Prior to … more
To the Editor: A few weeks ago, I wrote a letter to the mayor in response to his appearance on The Rhode Show." My initial letter to Mayor Avedisian was to express surprise that he felt that Dr. Thornton had no culpability in the current situation" more
In a quick vote that went undetected by those not attuned to School Committee procedures, the committee approved Tuesday night what could be a path to a teachers contract. The 4 to 1 vote was to accept the proposal offering teachers 3 percent wage more
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