Letters to the editor
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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: Last year, when I was heading up The Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick (BGCW) Great Futures Campaign for the first time, I asked you to think about the highlights of your own childhood. I reminded you that for over 1,400 kids in Warwick, the more
To the Editor: It was a ritual every time Steve and I came home to Warwick. Steve was the Top Banana, or the comedy star of a show called This Was Burlesque." Steve was a real baggy-pants comic. Ann Corio was one of the original top strippers in the" more
To the Editor: On September 29, 2004, nearly 13 years ago and amid much fanfare, the efforts spearheaded by Councilman Joseph Solomon, along with support from Mayor Scott Avedisian and others, came to fruition with the transfer of Conimicut Light to the more
To the Editor: It has been reported that during the protests against the incoming administration in Washington, D.C., two Gold Star family members were accosted and degraded by anarchists while trying to enter the inauguration ball. They were both women. 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
To the Editor:If a new business were to make a request to the town council for a tax break, I don’t think the request would be viewed as panhandling. The solicitation probably would be … 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:Apparently it takes a traitor to summon the “courage” to commutate the sentence of a convicted traitor. Bradley Manning, now called Chelsea after an expensive metamorphosis … more
To the Editor:Every week around 340 seniors gather at Buttonwoods Community Center to play cards or bingo, and, above all, to socialize. A large portion of the city’s population is 65 or older. … more
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