Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Rhode Island's cities are struggling. City finances are tight across the state. Public schools are underfunded. Pension obligations are growing, and city services are being reduced. Some cities are teetering on the edge of fiscal crisis. more
To the Editor: According to the Rhode Island Board of Elections, voter apathy in our state is approximately 42 percent. Also, according to the Rhode Island reform group Freedom and Prosperity, 32 percent of those who do vote are either presently employed more
To the Editor:As the circus sideshow continues with the Democrats and their impeachment witchhunt more of their own corruption, lies and hate are sure to be exposed.We all know that our leadership … more
To the Editor: School shootings have been on the rise since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. Although school shootings are classified as rare, they are beginning to become more frequent. Since the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, more
To the Editor: A statue of Christopher Columbus has been horribly defaced by one or more cowards that seem to enjoy lurking in the shadows and writing their idiotic idioms in the dark. Christopher Columbus was an explorer who risked his life in order to more
To the Editor: For years, so many of us had taken Benny's for granted. Who would have thought our favorite store would not be around forever? Benny's, you gave us no warning. We were shocked, blindsided. What would happen to us? Where would we shop now? more
To the Editor: If you've never met teachers Mike Kugler and Chris Bianco you perhaps have yet to meet teachers who epitomize the essence of educational dedication and professionalism. These two teachers - Mike is at the Warwick Area Career and Technical more
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To the Editor: Although the 2020 General Election is about 13 months away, now is the time to examine all the candidates and their response to the issues that we deem important. With the proper review of each we should then be well informed to vote in more
To the Editor: Per the story “Inaccessible” by Ethan Hartley: To upgrade the sidewalks of Warwick would cost a huge amount of taxpayer dollars, with some of the cost being shared by other … more
To the Editor:I was delighted to read about Goddard Park receiving a $1.7 million federal grant on the front page of the September 17 issue of the Warwick Beacon. Goddard Park is a fine venue with … more
To the Editor: Thank you and Rob Oatley for the article on the Stop the Bleed kits. I would like to give you and your readers a little background on why I donated kits to two Warwick … more
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
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