Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I've been remiss in not congratulating the deserving and knowledgeable 24,429 voters who voted against Democrat Richard Corrente for mayor last November. He was defeated by a much superior and qualified candidate, in every possible way, by more
To the Editor: The School Committee's newest member, David Testa, stated in a letter to the editor, that my comments about the School Committee are a Theater of Absurd." He claims that my letter of 2/23/17 shows that "He evidently has no understanding" more
Open Letter to the School Committee: As you now know, Holliman Elementary School has been without a working fire alarm system since, to the best of our knowledge, at least February 24, 2017. There have been some inaccuracies in the news and social media more
To the Editor:With Eugene “Neil” Fachon’s passing on February 19, 2017, critics of Dr. Burzynski may be anxious to see if they’ve acquired new allies in their endless quest to … more
To the Editor: This is how I feel after hearing the president's inaugural speech. I agree with him on some issues but disagree on others. I do not like how Donald Trump doesn't seem to appreciate other countries. We need allies, and we need trade. more
To the Editor: Governor Gina Raimondo has introduced a budget for FY 2018 that claims to promote business growth and help the lowest earning Rhode Islanders by increasing the minimum wage. Those are laudable goals, but in reality if her budget is more
To the Editor: The Warwick Beacon headline (Thursday, April 6, 2017) Distrust undermines school culture captures the essence of the problems facing the Warwick School System. One way to define culture is how work gets done around here. And the way the more
To the Editor: As a long-time reader of the Beacon, I have a complaint. In this article (Trump, anti Trump Marchers) Tuesday, March 28 and other articles and letters to the editor. I detect an allowing of language I find somewhat offensive and not more
To the Editor: This past weekend was Earth Day where good neighbors took two to three hours cleaning up the litter from the streets, parks and communities. Very few people support these efforts anymore and rely on others to do the work; some feel picking more
To the Editor: The result of the presidential election has a deeper issue we all need to acknowledge. We are not happy with the choices our government is making. We may differ in what we want, but we all want something else - change. I think that is more
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