Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I want to thank all the people who made the 2018 Wall of Honor ceremony, once again, an unqualified success. First, to Allen Britt" Gammons and Berkshire Hathaway Gammons Realty for their continuing sponsorship and unwavering support. To" more
To the Editor: As one of the founders of the Warwick Boys and Girls Club, I was sorry to have missed this wonderfully attended April 7 celebration held at the Warwick Country Club. Two of the most beautiful human beings, current executive director Lara more
To the Editor:Mayor Scott Avedisian’s “I know nothing” response, in reaction to the Sewer Authority’s cutting down of trees in Governor Francis Farms, is woefully inadequate, … more
To the Editor: I appreciate the Beacon's local coverage, and I am pleased that it reported the launch of my campaign for senator in RI District 30. I simply wish to clarify one sentence of the story: I don't believe the state looks like a garbage dump. more
To the Editor: Is it just me, or have Southern New England viewers been treated to a national propaganda effort by Sinclair Broadcast group, owners of Channel 10? In the past few weeks, I have seen honorable, highly credible and respected news anchors 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: In the fall of 2017, my husband Kevan and I invited Ward 7 Councilman Steve McAllister to a backyard gathering of residents of the Birches, a circle consisting of two streets, Normandy and Brunswick Drives. As a result of the latest more
To the Editor: It is my belief that since there are so few women holding legislative seats there is a large imbalance, and Sen. Calkin has the power to help that change. I think that her amazing ability to actually listen to her constituents will make more
To the Editor: A hearing on the proposal of a storage facility being built on Post Road next to Lemongrass Restaurant will be heard at City Hall on April 10 at 7 pm. This after a snowstorm postponed the original appeal scheduled on March 13. A new more
To the Editor:The Providence Journal’s first page story of March 30 reading “Bill would offer $10,000 to woo new residents to R.I., save congressional seat” is another example of … more
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