Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, This letter concerns the upcoming mayoral election in Warwick. The choice next month will be between Richard Corrente and the current mayor, Mayor Scott Avedisian. But the choice is more than that. It is choice as to what we want Warwick more
To the Editor: On November 8, 2016, I was traveling west on Centerville Road about 2:30 in the afternoon along with many other cars. The road had just been scraped and cleared of the old asphalt awaiting the new asphalt to be poured later that day. more
To the Editor, Approximately half the people of this country believe that Donald Trump is the last chance to save the nation from the liberal/progressive induced rapid decline it has endured these past 7 and 3/4 years. This half population is willing more
To the Editor: At the close of the Warwick School Committee meeting last month, Gene Nadeau, the vice chairman of the committee, read aloud a letter to the editor that was recently published in the Warwick Beacon. In commenting on the article, the vice more
To the Editor:If a new business were to make a request to the town council for a tax break, I don’t think the request would be viewed as panhandling. The solicitation probably would be … more
To the Editor:I would like to respond to the individual who asked the question, “Why does John Howell allow this idiot, meaning me, to have his letters printed in the Warwick Beacon?” on … more
To the Editor:Regarding the interesting article by Harry Kane entitled “Progressive Dems establish Resist Hate coalition“ in last Thursday’s Beacon, I’d like to clear the … more
To the Editor: On March 5, 2017, at the Rite Aid located at 1201 Warwick Ave., 18-year-old Rite Aid employee Alyssa Garcia was brutally attacked. The coward snuck up behind her and stabbed her at least eight times (Chief McCartney, Warwick Police more
To the Editor: The resolution submitted by the Warwick City Council on January 4, 2017 to the Rhode Island General Assembly requesting that multi-unit rental housing be classified as non-smoking came about after a Warwick woman with a four-year old-child more
To the Editor: Because of its location and size, Rhode Island should fund the repair of its bridges and roads by reducing its tax on gasoline and diesel fuel to 20 cents per gallon. Every RI driver, (private and business), would save 16 cents per gallon. more
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