Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: As one of the founders of the Warwick Boys and Girls Club, I was sorry to have missed this wonderfully attended April 7 celebration held at the Warwick Country Club. Two of the most beautiful human beings, current executive director Lara more
To the Editor: After watching the most recent House Oversight Committee meeting regarding the Department of Children, Youth, and Families' tragic and deadly failures involving our state's most vulnerable children, my first immediate thought was immense more
To the Editor: On December 1, 1958 at Our Lady of the Angles, a Catholic elementary school, in Chicago a devastating fire occurred which took the lives of 92 innocent students and three dedicated teaching nuns. From this fire many life safety regulations more
To the Editor:“Hillary Clinton’s 506-page memoirs has come out. So much of her personality shines through, that in the end, you, too, will want to sleep with an intern.” ~ Craig … more
To the Editor:A few weeks ago, Mayor Avedisian was asked by a TV reporter, “What was his main accomplishment as mayor?”The mayor’s response was the reopening of Rocky Point.As I … more
To the Editor: As a Rhode Islander, it is sometimes easy to be discouraged when you look at the state of politics and the amount of people who say one thing, but do another in our representative bodies and the government as a whole. The dread of when, more
To the Editor: I spent August of 2007 till June 2008 in Baghdad, Iraq. I was a member of the 65th Public Affairs Operations Center. We were a Public Affairs Unit attached to the Media Outlets in Iraq. We performed various function mostly working with more
To the Editor: I want to thank all the people who made the 2018 Wall of Honor ceremony, once again, an unqualified success. First, to Allen Britt" Gammons and Berkshire Hathaway Gammons Realty for their continuing sponsorship and unwavering support. To" more
To the Editor: Spring has finally arrived! With the warmer weather, the strength of our community has been on full display. In the past few weeks in Ward 7 alone Apponaug Little League, Apponaug Girls softball, Continental, and St. Gregg's have had their more
To the Editor: Warwick's new mayor, Joseph Solomon, must feel as if he just replaced the captain of the Titanic. Republican Scott Avedisian, the former mayor, steered the city directly into a fiscal iceberg, then jumped onto the first available lifeboat... more
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