Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Years ago, as a social work student in the graduate program at Rhode Island College, I had a vivacious, passionate, professor by the name of Nancy Gerwirtz. Each week in Doctor Gerwirtz's class I was mesmerized by her passion and her more
To the Editor: My hometown of Warwick should know that Mayor Scott Avedisian cares about families. On Jan. 2, I wrote to Gov. Gina Raimondo and to the mayors and town council presidents of our state's 10 most populous cities and towns. I asked each of more
To the Editor: There has been a lot of talk on how well (or poorly) New England Grid handled restoring power after the big storm. My complaint is with the Warwick Police Department. Let me say upfront, I don't live in Warwick but work there. For more more
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: What comes after democracy when democracy no longer works? We, as a nation, have promoted democracy as the best form of government, where the people vote for whom they want to lead the country. But what happens when after the vote the more
To the Editor: I would like to point out some recent positive events at Kent Hospital. In the current medical economic situation, this is surely a welcome change. When I joined the medical staff in the year 2000, a Kent County resident who came to the 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: 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: More than 100 guests recently attended Cocktails for a Cause benefiting Veterans Count Rhode Island raising nearly $21,000 for veterans, service members, and their families. The event was held at Sheraton Providence Airport Hotel in more
To the Editor:Regarding Tammie Dickerman’s letter of July 11 “The Main Avenue, Greenwood East section has lost much in community to the Providence airport. Many living here have no … more
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