Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: America is a broken nation. It breaks even more each time a shooting occurs. But which came first, the shootings or the brokenness? I contend it is the brokenness. This has happened insidiously over time. There have been many symptoms and more
To the Editor: Recent press coverage of the inadequacies of the 911 system aroused my interest. As Chairman of the Coventry Fire District, and a nurse practitioner, I have a personal stake in protecting my taxpayers and patients. I contacted more
To the Editor: When I read about the kitten owned by Mr. and Mrs. Burrows I was totally devastated, especially after seeing the picture of the kittens. I don't know how I would feel if something like that happened to one of my cats, which is highly more
To the Editor: This past weekend was Small Business Saturday. It's great that we have a dedicated day to show our appreciation for our neighborhood businesses. Local businesses are an economic driver for our community. They employ our neighbors, family, more
To the Editor:As I was driving past St. Kevin Church on Sandy Lane in Warwick, on October 12, I noticed the church’s marquee. It said, “Take a knee for God. Stand for the flag.”This … more
To the Editor: There's an old axiom that states, The first step in solving a problem is to recognize that the problem exists." This truth has never been more evident than in our society's fight against childhood cancers. Anyone who frequents Facebook" more
To the Editor: Kudos to director Richard Sylvia and choreographer Teresa Pearson of the Bishop Hendricken High School Arts Department on the recent production of The Wizard of Oz." This was a very ambitious undertaking for a high school musical. Kate" more
To the Editor: On October 15, 1952 the Dedication of the John Brown Francis Elementary School was held. In attendance was the City of Warwick Mayor Joseph Mills, as well as the leadership of the Warwick School Department. The keynote speaker was Frank more
Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) has introduced legislation for a tax credit for homes that are made accessible to the elderly and disabled. Dubbed the Rhode Island Livable Home Tax Credit Act, the bill (2018-H 7142) would provide more
To the Editor: Candidate for the Second RI Congressional District Sal Caiozzo recently returned from Washington, D.C., where he advocated for the Magnusson Stevens Fisheries Conservancy Act on behalf of Rhode Island fisherman before the Senate Commerce, more
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