Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: It's time to start thinking of better ways to reduce our carbon footprint as a nation. We emit thousands of tons of harmful gasses into the atmosphere each year and very little is being done to reduce our carbon output. As a way to 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:On June 14, THE Providence Journal published an editorial entitled “Mr. Montanaro’s $50,000 perk.” The piece was a refresher on why Rhode Island has languished at the … more
To the Editor: As we enter the last week of legislative session, it is more important now than ever for Rhode Island residents to call their state senators and encourage them to vote yes" on H-6023. This is a modest anti-cruelty bill that will allow" more
To the Editor: Bob Kraft is wrong in his statement approving players kneeling while the National Anthem is played. That is the wrong time and the wrong place! Colin Kaepernik, ignorant as he is, was hardly a worthy leader in protest considering his more
To the Editor: According to a new report by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, the current Rhode Island budget is short sighted when it comes to funding tobacco control programs that that would decrease the number of Rhode Islanders more
To the Editor: Regarding your editorial in the Warwick Beacon on September 28, “The truly disgraceful stance,” I would like to address two issues.First, racism is completely unacceptable … more
To the Editor:Thank you and thanks again to all my Warwick friends, members of my family, and the West Warwick Service Center for the incredible “90th Birthday, 9/11/17” celebrations. … more
To the Editor: Around the city, when visiting the many parks and playgrounds, one might notice that many slides have been bashed and broken, slide ladders are worn and rusted with jagged metal, swings have rusted chains, wood climbers are splintered and more
To the Editor: As an Army veteran of WWII who served overseas, I was appalled by the display of Nazi and Confederate flags at the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. More appalling was Donald Trump's going soft on the Neo-Nazis, the KKK and the more
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