Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Troop 1 Warwick showed how Boy Scouts put into practice their oath, which among other things encourages them to be helpful and loyal. On the morning of Saturday, February 18, a group from Troop 1 Warwick, who are based out of Heritage more
Open letter to Mayor Avedisian: I have been quietly watching the changes in our community and schools for the past 10 years, and find I cannot keep silent anymore. My agenda is simple; I don't have one. My silence however, I fear, is condoning things more
To the Editor: MADD is saddened by the two alleged drunk driving crashes in Warwick. One crash killed a man, while the other injured five people, two of whom are our greatest resource and our future, children. Our hearts are with the victims and the more
To the Editor: Our dad, George M. Scott Jr. passed away on January 6, 2017 at the age of 90 years old. He had an amazing life and a wonderful story to tell. He was a kind, caring man with direction. His life was devoted to caring for family, friends, more
To the Editor: The Warwick Taxpayers (capitalized on purpose) are paying out about $295,000,000 a year in total tax revenue. It goes to four basic categories: Fire, Police, Municipal and the School Committee. The first three, Fire, Police and Municipal, more
To the Editor:I would like to respond to the individual who asked the question, “Why does John Howell allow this idiot, meaning me, to have his letters printed in the Warwick Beacon?” on … more
To the Editor: For the record, it does not bother me much when I see a fire truck at Stop & Shop. I know that they are supposed to shop on their own time and I have discussed this issue with a few dozen firefighters and have drawn the conclusion that more
To the Editor:The article by Sophie Hagen in Thursday’s Beacon entitled “Enzyme deficiency target of autism study” is excellent and well-researched, there is, however, another side … more
Months of toy making had come to a close, All the readied toys were stacked in endless rows. Days later, Santa and his reindeer were on their way, Leaving behind a North Pole in total disarray. The workshop was littered with straw and scraps of wood, And more
To the Editor, What do the following have in common: The Bastille Day tragedy in Nice, France; the mass killings at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando; and Robert Lewis who killed three and wounded nine people at a Planned Parenthood Clinic? The obvious more
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