Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Medical care for our veterans has been a hot topic for a lot of years and going back to World War I and II. So there are a lot of years to perfect the operation and administration of healthcare to our vets, yet I have not heard of anybody more
To the Editor: Thank you, Mr. Cervone, for your heart-felt apology. I'm glad you accepted that your thoughts on former-President Obama taking less affluent taxpayers with him on his vacation trips were positively inane. It's comforting to learn that more
To the Editor: It's been a few years since I was honored by being elected President of The Pontiac Village Association (PVA). This experience has given me more knowledge of the diverse folks in our neighborhood as well as a better understanding of how more
To the Editor: It used to be an easy, pleasant ride on a Sunday morning from Coventry to Sts. Rose and Clement Church in Warwick. Not anymore. We now have to deal with the challenge of the mind-boggling rotary in Apponaug. more
To the Editor: Mayor Polisena, Mayor Avedisian and the other municipal leaders have been wrong in characterizing the continuing contract bill for teachers and municipal leaders as a bill that hurts taxpayers. The legislation that overwhelmingly passed more
To the Editor: I would like to take a moment and humbly apologize to Barry for my letter concerning Obama's vacationing. These were my inane and pathetic observations, but I never meant to cause such emotional turmoil in Barry's life. For him to write more
To the Editor: When Warwick needs more money to fund the city budget they can do one of two things. They can raise taxes on the 80,000 citizens that live here or they can increase total-tax-revenue (TTR) without raising taxes-to-taxpayers (TTT). Here are more
In a quick vote that went undetected by those not attuned to School Committee procedures, the committee approved Tuesday night what could be a path to a teachers contract. The 4 to 1 vote was to accept the proposal offering teachers 3 percent wage more
The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America (NCBSA) has been a bright spot in Rhode Island for over a century. Now, with an eye on the future, I am honored to have been selected by the scouts as … more
To the Editor: As the expansion of TF Green Airport progresses, neighborhoods in Greenwood are disappearing. In a subculture of Greenwood known as The Birches, over 60 homes are being acquired in order to accommodate this project. With an ample number of more
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