Letters to the editor
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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: It appears that there is a growing epidemic in this country and around the world regarding hatred and violence. Referring to the shooting in Dallas, the massacre in Nice, France, and the recent violence in Baton Rouge, La., or the killing more
To the Editor: With the new school year starting, parents' to-do lists are now filled with shopping for school clothes, school supplies and school food. That's right - school food! In past years, our nation's schools were used by the USDA as a dumping more
To the Editor, John Cervone, in his Trump-style, invective-laced letter “Who will stop the Clintons?” doesn’t mention his choice for political savior. However, we can assume it’s the … more
To the Editor: Someone once said, “When you mix religion and politics, you get politics.” As a candidate for School Committee, I think we may need to revise that quote this election year to … more
To the Editor: In a general sense, I understand the need to consolidate the Warwick Public Schools, including at the elementary level. But I pause when I think about converting John Brown Francis Elementary School and effectively ending its role as a more
To the Editor: I am writing this letter to share an experience I had with Rep. Eileen Naughton and would like the people of Warwick to know what a compassionate, caring, and professional person she is. I have one daughter. I raised her myself as a single more
To the Editor: Several months ago, residents of the neighborhood of Chapmans Avenue (Rte. 5 end), heard that the Shell/Dunkin Donuts store at the intersection of Route 5 and Route 113 was to be demolished and a new and larger store was planned and more
To the Editor: I have been a lifelong Warwick resident, residing for the last 14 years on Nausauket Road. As the airport extension proceeds on, one thing is clear, at least to the people who live in my neighborhood: the quality of life is forever more
To the Editor: In this crowded election year, a number of important issues haven't gotten much attention. One that's particularly important to me is after school programs. I'm extremely fortunate to have my son, Xavier, participate in the Kidventure more
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