Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: The Greenwood Terrace Tenant Association decided to give me a surprise birthday party on January 14 as it would be my 102nd birthday. The president of the Association, Rosanne Andrews, and treasurer Nancy DeShaies planned it all. They sent more
To the Editor: Our moral, intellectual and spiritual elites from ecclesia, academia, media and the politicia have declared two “truths.” The first “truth” is that global warming, now known … more
To the Editor:Regarding the interesting article by Harry Kane entitled “Progressive Dems establish Resist Hate coalition“ in last Thursday’s Beacon, I’d like to clear the … more
To the Editor: In continuing to keep the residents of Ward 7 updated on an expansion proposal by the owners of the Shell station on the corner of Main Avenue and Greenwich Avenue, I wanted to share the latest developments. In October, the owners of the more
To the Editor: Dan Elliott, running as an independent to represent District 20 believes Rhode Island is on the wrong track. What ever happened to compromise and working together to make things better? The state being controlled by a corrupt establishment more
To the Editor: For the past 24 years, District 21 has been represented by Eileen Naughton. She was a champion for the disabled, the elderly, and the environment, and I thank her for that. On financial issues, however, she let us down. She voted the way more
To the Editor: No question our school system is plagued by a multitude of issues. This is a statement of fact. Issues so severe they are causing detrimental results affecting the students and their parents, our faculty and staff working within our school more
To the Editor: Two East Greenwich residents - Richard Walsh and Allan Bucklin - submitted defenses of the Trump administration. According to Mr. Walsh, we have a civic duty" to unite behind our newly chosen leader. That sounds reasonable but is it?" more
To the Editor, The month of October brings many traditions to Rhode Island: hay rides, pumpkin carving and apple picking, among others. It also marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, honoring the 1 in 8 women who will develop the illness in their more
To the Editor: To paraphrase Charles Dickens, “This is the best of times and the worst of times” for Warwick Public Schools. Dedicated teachers and support staff, coupled with eager students … more
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