Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Kudos to director Richard Sylvia and choreographer Teresa Pearson of the Bishop Hendricken High School Arts Department on the recent production of The Wizard of Oz." This was a very ambitious undertaking for a high school musical. Kate" more
To the Editor: On October 15, 1952 the Dedication of the John Brown Francis Elementary School was held. In attendance was the City of Warwick Mayor Joseph Mills, as well as the leadership of the Warwick School Department. The keynote speaker was Frank more
Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) has introduced legislation for a tax credit for homes that are made accessible to the elderly and disabled. Dubbed the Rhode Island Livable Home Tax Credit Act, the bill (2018-H 7142) would provide more
To the Editor: While driving past Stanmore Park (on Warwick Pond) this past weekend, we observed someone raking and bagging leaves. My comment to my wife was we must stop on our return and thank the person. On our return he had gone. We later found out more
To the Editor: The State of Rhode Island is experiencing a budget shortfall and one of the ways by which the state intends to close the gap is by adjusting" the rates it is paying providers of residential care for youth involved with the Department of" more
To the Editor: Let's build new schools in Warwick! Heresy, you say? You contend that Warwick taxpayers can't afford or won't approve building new schools instead of repairing existing schools? Maybe you're wrong. Let's look at the real costs involved in more
To the Editor: I was born in New York City in 1948. That would make me part of the baby boomer" generation. I have read recently letters to the editor asking where has the country that I grew up in gone. Here are a few examples of how it has become the" more
To the Editor: I appreciate the Beacon's local coverage, and I am pleased that it reported the launch of my campaign for senator in RI District 30. I simply wish to clarify one sentence of the story: I don't believe the state looks like a garbage dump. more
To the Editor: Rhode Islanders have seen a steady erosion of basic human rights in the areas of medical informed consent and health care choice. The slow but consistent usurpation of core rights is multifaceted, manifesting in a paternalistic statewide more
To the Editor: How do the needs of our children not get lost in the seasonal flood of requests to support other good causes? Our local kids - and many of our families need help. Working parents need a safe, affordable, and constructive site for their more
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