Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Already in 2016, four Rhode Islanders have been killed in domestic violence homicides. In the last 10 years, 54 lives were lost to domestic violence murders in Rhode Island. These tragedies are all the more abhorrent because we know more
To the Editor: In walking to thousands of doors in our neighborhoods of Norwood, Lakewood and Pilgrim, I listened as residents described dozens of concerns. I took quick action in responding to these concerns: contacting several city departments, more
To the Editor: I am writing to publicly applaud Rhode Island Education Commissioner Ken Wagner's recent decision on sparing 10th and 11th graders from Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) testing. Commissioner Wagner more
To the Editor: Jimmy Fund Golf extends its sincerest thanks to the organizers and sponsors of Swing for Sharon held on July 30, 2016 at Rolling Greens Golf Course in North Kingstown. Special recognition and appreciation goes to Frank Venezia of West more
(A Modern Day “Amazing Grace?”)   I need you Jesus and your love. I’m reaching out for all this stuff; This empty stuff, stuff, stuff. Heroin, alcohol, lust and mindless shows were … more
To the Editor: On March 20, 2016, the Beacon published an article about a new development in an article titled “Development would mean 400 jobs” as well as a couple of others about this … more
To the Editor: An open letter of thanks to Representative K. Joseph Shekarchi for his work on, and subsequent passage of, a bill to require Rhode Island health insurance providers to cover the … more
To the Editor: It’s always a pleasure to read the Beacon! April 7 was better than ever with the positive ideas from Misters Walsh, Dress, Berwick and Shorr. These gentlemen should run for … more
To the Editor: A big thank you to the staff and faculty – Principal Jeff Taylor, Secretary Peggy Fitzsimmons, Director Michelle Divine – and, of course, the kids of Gorton Junior High for a … more
To the Editor: It seems to me that in light of losing the labor board hearing that the WPS administration has decided to negotiate the contract through the public. Rather than sitting down and … more
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