Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Make no mistake about it America, on January 20, with a new president being sworn in, We the People" have a unique and sacred role to bring our nation back to the power and influence it once held on the world stage. On the beginning of" more
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: Man, oh man! In the greatest Super Bowl comeback of all time, Captain America faced his one-time sidekick, the Falcon, in Houston and brought the crowds to their feet, for an entire quarter of the game. From early on in the game it looked more
To the Editor: Governor Raimondo's plan to provide free college educations to Rhode Island's citizens is an excellent idea. Thankfully, after World War II ended, I was able to enroll at the University of Wisconsin under the G.I. Bill. I had served our more
To the Editor: As I sat in the chamber of the House of Representatives listening to Gov. Gina Raimondo deliver her State of the State address, I was particularly pleased to hear her proposal for the Rhode Island Promise Scholarship initiative. Simply more
The following is an open letter to URI President David Dooley and the exchange that followed: Dear President Dooley: It is absolutely outrageous that you have announced that you will not enforce President Trump's immigration order! This is absolutely 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
To the Editor:I am a breast cancer survivor and my health coverage is my lifeline. I am currently undergoing the reconstructive phase for breast cancer and am on a five-year cancer drug Tamoxifin, … more
To the Editor: President Trump is justifying a pause on immigration to seven Muslim countries because of his fear of terrorism. However, an essential fact, seldom reported, is that the State Department also has terrorism warnings for four nearby more
To the Editor: March 1, 2017 is the date that Mayor Scott Avedisian will close the Buttonwoods Community Center. This is a very bad decision. Plans are to shift the card players to the Pilgrim Center, which is already overcrowded and with a parking lot more
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