Letters to the editor
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It was a cold, windy morning. The more I thought about the politics, the battle lines, the unnatural disasters...the tighter I gathered the lapels of my jacket.I was on a mission though. I had to pick up 250 bags of nut-free candy for all of the more
To the Editor: I was pleased to see the space you gave to publicizing a boxing program for people with Parkinson’s disease that meets in Pawtucket. It is a very successful exercise program. A … more
To the Editor: I was pleased to participate in the ribbon cutting for Rhode Island Housing's new Help Center located in Warwick on Monday, July 25. As a member of the board of commissioners of Rhode Island Housing, I am proud of the work this agency does more
To the Editor: I had just finished reading John Howell’s editorial (July 26 Beacon) about how wonderful it is to travel to the new section of Main Avenue when a blast from a passing police car … more
To the Editor: In February of 2016, in the state of Rhode Island, there were 478 children who were not given the privilege of the comfort of a home. They are, instead, living in group homes or shelters. Children are removed from their homes as victims of more
To the Editor: With the local elections heating up and candidates jockeying for support, I could not keep from voicing an opinion on how our political contenders are, or are not, going after the … more
To the Editor: Thank you for having your reporter, Tessa Roy, come over to meet with Roberta and me last week. Her story reached far beyond what I thought possible. I received a telephone call this morning from a gentleman who once lived in Rhode Island. more
To the Editor: I am happy to report the Hiring Our Heroes veterans job fair last week in Warwick was a great success. Over 100 veterans and military spouses participated, with more than 40 veterans receiving job offers at the fair. This was an increase more
To the Editor: Over 1,000 people attended Warwick Food Truck Night last Thursday. The event was a great way for the community to come together. Being able to see old friends and meet new ones, all while eating great food, listening to music, and more
To the Editor: Being a Girl Scout isn't only about cookies and camp. It is about finding your own kind of happy. As a Girl Scout, I'm able to challenge myself, I'm able to make new friends and memories - and feel happy. For me, Girl Scouts is that happy more
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