Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Around the city, when visiting the many parks and playgrounds, one might notice that many slides have been bashed and broken, slide ladders are worn and rusted with jagged metal, swings have rusted chains, wood climbers are splintered and more
To the Editor: As an Army veteran of WWII who served overseas, I was appalled by the display of Nazi and Confederate flags at the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. More appalling was Donald Trump's going soft on the Neo-Nazis, the KKK and the more
To the Editor: The utter hatred directed by the progressive left at our president must be egregiously shocking to the vast number of good and decent people of this country. They see revolting … more
To the Editor:This month, I had the honor of representing Rhode Island on Capitol Hill by traveling to Washington, D.C., with more than 700 of my fellow American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network … more
To the Editor: As a volunteer with the American Cancer Society-Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) I learned at our last meeting that the tobacco industry is, finally, being forced to broadcast the harms of their products. They will be running ads on prime more
To the Editor: I was most pleasantly amazed at the number of best wishes and prayers I received recently when the eye of Hurricane Harvey with winds of 125 mph headed straight for my home in Corpus Christi, Texas. (Fortunately, we were spared from more
To the Editor: Years ago, as a social work student in the graduate program at Rhode Island College, I had a vivacious, passionate, professor by the name of Nancy Gerwirtz. Each week in Doctor Gerwirtz's class I was mesmerized by her passion and her more
To the Editor: My hometown of Warwick should know that Mayor Scott Avedisian cares about families. On Jan. 2, I wrote to Gov. Gina Raimondo and to the mayors and town council presidents of our state's 10 most populous cities and towns. I asked each of more
To the Editor: There has been a lot of talk on how well (or poorly) New England Grid handled restoring power after the big storm. My complaint is with the Warwick Police Department. Let me say upfront, I don't live in Warwick but work there. For more more
To the Editor: Did you know that reading aloud is the best gift that a parent can give to their child? In Jim Trelease’s The Read Aloud Handbook, reading aloud to children at all ages is … more
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