Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I have come to the conclusion that the America I grew up with, no longer exists! Everything that I was taught and learned growing up does not seem to apply today. My father was … more
To the Editor: This past week the General Assembly finally passed legislation to give the Ethics Commission jurisdiction over the General Assembly. That means, come Nov. 8, when you go to vote, … 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: Within the last couple of days, we have seen a number of new investments in our city. I had the honor of attending a ribbon cutting for Distinctive Dance on Post Road in Greenwood, … more
To the Editor: Two words: “Political Correctness!” It’s taking away our traditions, values and our right to express our opinions. Imagine, a New York City elementary school principal … 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: On Jan. 7, Matt Bower posted the article, “Virtual high a choice for students,” which announced the school committee’s approval of the use of Virtual High School (VHS) … 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
To the Editor: It was Sunday, Jan. 17, after church when I decided to treat myself, an elderly widower, to French toast at IHOP at 10 a.m. I sat at a small table and across from me sat a couple … more
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