Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Did you know that reading aloud is the best gift that a parent can give to their child? In Jim Trelease’s The Read Aloud Handbook, reading aloud to children at all ages is … more
To the Editor: The past month has been an emotional roller coaster in my quest for a kidney donor. I shared my story with family, friends and my community by sending out letters and flyers. This information was also shared on social media, which more
To the Editor: The Greatest Generation of our family, in my opinion, started with Louise and Harold Whalley from Saylesville, Lincoln and Annie and George Wright of Pawtucket, my grandparents. They instilled the love of country in their children. When more
To the Editor: Normally, I support the rights of free enterprise/business to be free from government interference as to how they conduct themselves in most areas. After I read the Fox News story with the below headline, (also the following link), my more
To the Editor: Here we are again with another tragedy in Texas, Las Vegas before that, and everyone is looking for a motive. I speak from being on a board of mental illness and being trained by the 12-week family-to-family program at Nami-RI. Mental more
To the Editor: As a result of the police shooting on an I-95 ramp in Providence that left the driver dead and his passenger seriously wounded newspapers are full of letters to the editor and radio talk show callers expressing outrage at killing a" more
To the Editor: While driving past Stanmore Park (on Warwick Pond) this past weekend, we observed someone raking and bagging leaves. My comment to my wife was we must stop on our return and thank the person. On our return he had gone. We later found out more
To the Editor: Candidate for the Second RI Congressional District Sal Caiozzo recently returned from Washington, D.C., where he advocated for the Magnusson Stevens Fisheries Conservancy Act on behalf of Rhode Island fisherman before the Senate Commerce, more
To the Editor: The states that comprise the northeast section of the United States are populated by people who predominantly vote Democrat. Euphemistically, these states are called blue" states. These states would probably change color to purple or red" more
To the Editor: When I began my campaign for the Warwick City Council last year, I quickly learned the number one issue on the minds of the voters in Ward 1. Do you support the closing of John Brown Francis Elementary School?" My response during the" more
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