Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Many thanks to the Beacon, and to Ethan Hartley, for the fine coverage of the Warwick City Council (Warwick School Committee back-and-forth). Mr. Hartley brings some clarity to a confusing array of barbs and darts, proposals and more
To the Editor: First: Shame on you, Karen Bachus and the school committee, for once again allowing the mentor program to be used as a pawn to pressure the city into allocating more money to the school system. As a retired school psychologist, I can more
To the Editor: Going back to mid-February, I sent letters to the D.C. offices of Senators Reed and Whitehouse and Congressman Langevin (my district) references the VA's denial of benefits regarding a hearing aid for my husband, an Army veteran who served more
To the Editor: With the recent high-profile stories exposing sexual abuse and exploitation of children, many of us are incensed that this type of exploitation continues unabated. We are outraged at perpetrators of sexual abuse, yet how often do we really more
To the Editor:It is with regret to learn that Associate Editor Ethan Hartley has left his position at the Warwick Beacon after serving this excellent paper and publisher John Howell Jr. during these … more
To the Editor: Given the shockingly racist statements attributed to him in Tuesday's edition of the Warwick Beacon, Carlo Pisaturo should resign or be removed from the Warwick Sewer Authority. While urging the Authority to renege on an agreement with the more
To the Editor:Nationwide, fall is known as “Walk Season” for the Alzheimer’s Association, as local chapters gear up for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s events that are the … more
To the Editor: Many individuals in Rhode Island - more than 23,000 - have Alzheimer's disease. Some of them are under 65 years old and have Younger-Onset. As traditionally certain elderly home community care services are eligible for those over 65, two more
To the Editor:November is here and, with it, a taste of harsh, winter days ahead. I spoke recently about the problem of repeated power outages in my ward, but it’s happening throughout the … more
To the Editor:In last Thursday’s edition, we were treated with a letter by Councilman McAllister wherein he explained why he lives in Warwick: “flags on his lawn, parades, arts & … more
To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Fresh Air host families and volunteer leaders Rhode Island. Because of their dedication and commitment, thousands of children from New York City's low-income communities participated in more
To the Editor, The fall is in full swing and there are so many important, fun, and exciting events happening across our City. Individuals and groups are coming together to help our neighbors, … more
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