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You know we're getting used to this. So, the forecast was for a powerful nor'easter with high winds, lots of rain and ending with an inch to two inches of wet snow. That apparently didn't trouble too many. After all this is New England and, as we know, more
To the Editor:Our young people in the Buttonwoods area are sorely in need of an area in which to ride their dirt bikes.  This city owes them the opportunity to enjoy fresh air and a healthy, … more
To the Editor:Here is my wish list:Peace on earth. Everyone loves everyone without exception. No crime. No poor people. Everyone possesses great integrity. Everyone gets whatever is good for them. … more
To the Editor:I agree wholeheartedly with the high school students who have had enough of the rhetoric that comes out of Washington. I praise them for having the courage to speak up and let their … more
To the Editor:This fall at a neighborhood meeting, I met with a number of residents who live in the area bordering the airport property. Many of these individuals purchased their homes before the … more
There’s nothing that can polarize people in any Democratic society quite like how our tax money is spent. Nobody enjoys paying taxes, but they play a critical role in any town or city to pay for … more
In the ongoing debate about gun control in America – how much is too little, how much is too much – the shift of legislative and judicial balance has historically tilted in favor of the Second … more
To the Editor:Christopher Sirr sounded off (Feb. 20 Beacon) on a book review of “Nazis in Tinsel Town” and complained that reviewer Leslie Epstein shouldn’t have been allowed to … more
When it comes to technology in school, this publication is 100 percent in favor of getting as many newer, better, faster advancements into the hands of our educators and students as possible. While we may still use some antiquated technology ourselves more
To the Editor: The State of Rhode Island is experiencing a budget shortfall and one of the ways by which the state intends to close the gap is by adjusting" the rates it is paying providers of residential care for youth involved with the Department of" more
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