Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I love the Warwick Public Library. It’s been a place of education, adventure, challenge and pleasure since I moved to Warwick in the ’70s. I’ve seen it change over … more
To the Editor: My name is Richard Corrente and I am a Democrat for mayor of Warwick. For over 450 days I have actively campaigned every day with the slogan “Cut taxes, cut spending.” You all … more
To the Editor: The article “Coming soon to Wildes Corner” in the March 17 edition of the Warwick Beacon was good news. Whenever an individual or a company chooses a new location in Warwick … more
To the Editor: Long ago I gave up calling my political representatives when important issues came before the General Assembly. But I did call Representative Raymond Hull (District #6 Providence), … more
To the Editor: Posnegansett Lake, or Arnold’s Pond, in Lakewood is one of Warwick’s natural gemstones. Its placid waters once delighted summer swimmers and winter skaters for decades. As … more
To the Editor: The Gaspee Days parade was wonderful this year, as usual. The colonial militia with the fifers and drummers were so great to see. Why didn’t the crowd clap and cheer for … more
To the Editor: I would like to thank the group of over one hundred people who came out last week to my campaign kickoff. Dave's Bar and Grille was a great host, and the food was outstanding. I was truly humbled to see how many of my neighbors, friends more
To the Editor: Recent stories in the Beacon reminded me of happy times I spent at Aldrich High. My favorite teachers were Eleanor Clark, who encouraged my writing, and Joe McKeon, whose sense of … more
Only a decade ago the idea of having every student in a school system with his or her own personal computer would have sounded like science fiction, but now it’s the norm. Districts are striving to … more
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