Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: This letter is to thank Mr. Jeffrey Wiggins, assistant vice president of T.F. Green Airport, for his unselfish assistance in helping to eliminate possible accidents on the road going from Airport Road to the end of Winslow Avenue. This more
To the Editor:Mark McKenney says I was wrong when I referred to him as a“corporate lawyer.” (Oct. 25, “Carbone is Betraying his Party.”) I stand corrected. He is not employed … more
To the Editor: I don't know Gerald Carbone, so I really can't figure out what he's thinking. But in his letter to the Editor, printed on October 18, he endorsed the Republican candidate for Warwick Mayor. For this Democrat to turn his back on his party more
To the Editor: Recent literature written in the Warwick Beacon has criticized Mayor Solomon and our City Council regarding their cautious, investigative approach regarding new LED streetlights for Warwick. Their methodology is the right way to go. The more
To the Editor: As another sports season comes to a close, another year of student athletes having to walk or drive to fields and facilities comes to an end. Warwick's student athletes are scattered around the city like an afterthought. The Toll Gate more
To the Editor: Foster Parrots, Ltd. & The New England Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary, has been a part of Rhode Island's animal welfare community for 11 years. I am proud that our Rhode Island General Assembly takes seriously the protection of our most more
To the Editor; I was going out early Tuesday morning, October 16. There was a tree downed from the high winds at the end of Armory Drive. I went to the DPW on Sandy Lane. At almost the same time that I got home, a DPW worker was already there cutting the more
To the Editor:This is an eye-opening but sad tale based for the most part, on the report, “Truth in Numbers” by Monique Morrissey of the Economic Policy Institute, June 20, 2013. To be as … more
To the editor: I first voted in 1980 when I chose Jimmy Carter over Ronald Reagan, and for nearly 40 years I have remained a registered Democrat. Occasionally I could be convinced to vote for a Republican candidate... more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin touts a new federal consumer protection law, signed into law by President Donald Trump on May 24, 2018, that protects seniors from becoming victims of financial exploitation. more
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