Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:Having been a regular attendee at city council meetings for many years now, I can remember what sparked my interest in local civics, or should I say, “my concern.” Prior to … more
To the Editor: I'm proud to report that as a result of a number of federal programs and assistance from Rhode Island Housing, 53 apartments at Greenwood Terrace will receive much needed upgrades. Residents of this affordable housing complex will benefit more
To the Editor: I was thrilled to see the animal control officer parked at the beginning of the paths at Rocky Point on a recent Sunday. I read that they were going to start doing that because of people like you, who believe they do not have to obey the more
To the Editor, Washington elites and the official state media and punditry, who wax eloquently about anything inconsequential, have apparently learned little from the last election. Americans did not vote for more wars, weapons systems or fabricated more
To the Editor, What do the following have in common: The Bastille Day tragedy in Nice, France; the mass killings at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando; and Robert Lewis who killed three and wounded nine people at a Planned Parenthood Clinic? The obvious more
To the Editor:Blabber mouth, no credentials Michael Moore tweeted, on Twitter, a derogatory remark about President Donald Trump.“Historians in the near future will mark today, March 28, 2017, … more
To the Editor, There appears to be a war being waged across the U.S. regarding mandatory vaccination targeted at our youngest and most vulnerable and also our healthcare and childcare workers. Now … more
To the Editor: Recently, GoLocalProv published an editorial entitled The House Passed the Stupidest and Most Insulting Bill - Maybe Ever." Warwick State Representative David A. Bennett (Democrat-District 20) is the primary sponsor. This legislation is a" more
To the Editor: At the Norwood Association meeting on April 12, Mayor Avedisian mentioned how Warwick still seemed broken up into villages and sometimes didn't seem like one city. Along those same lines, I say Rhode Island isn't really a state but is made more
Editor's note: The following letter was sent to the Beacon by Mayor Scott Avedisian in response to the letter from Carol Carr appearing in Thursday's paper. Open letter to Carol Carr: I am in receipt of your recent letter regarding the ongoing contract more
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