Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:I was thinking about “Crapponaug” the other day. For those of you who do not have to brave the area between West Shore Road or Post Road or Veteran’s Memorial Drive, … more
To the Editor:A southern California teacher – a true oxymoron – Gregory Salcido, has taken it upon himself to call members of the military “the lowest of the low.” He has … more
To the Editor: Let's build new schools in Warwick! Heresy, you say? You contend that Warwick taxpayers can't afford or won't approve building new schools instead of repairing existing schools? Maybe you're wrong. Let's look at the real costs involved in more
To the Editor: I'm the Pawtucket House Dist. 60 state rep. I fully support the proposition, we want to keep the PawSox in Pawtucket. I signed on to House Resolution H7290, which mirrors S2001 to keep the discussion ongoing in my House of Representatives. more
To the Editor: Several years ago, I wrote to this paper to explain how Rhode Island Home Care Agencies have gotten the short end of the stick for many years. In 2016 and 2017, after many years of fighting, agencies received pass-thru raises for the CNAs more
To the Editor:I am part of the silent majority. We have been silenced by political correctness (just like they used to communize Russia) imposed on us by a few fascist elitists. We are told that we … more
To the Editor: Prison Director A.T. Wall has announced his retirement date as early in 2018. He did a lot of good, I wish him well. I also wish that the governor would appoint from within the A.C.I. because those hundreds of A.C.I. staffers should have more
To the Editor: Your review of the Blizzard of '78 brought back many memories. All of us in the Walsh administration, especially, have some vivid recollections. The blizzard really brought out the best in our citizens. When my daughter's bus from Winman more
To the Editor: After watching the most recent House Oversight Committee meeting regarding the Department of Children, Youth, and Families' tragic and deadly failures involving our state's most vulnerable children, my first immediate thought was immense more
To the Editor: History, like people, has their own defining traits. There is always a particular virtue or vice, hero or villain, war or revolution that indelibly marks a whole year, decade or even a century, making it easy to summarize those eras with a more
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