Letters to the editor
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The letter appearing in the April 29 edition of the Warwick Beacon written by former Warwick School Committee member Eugene Nadeau concerning the legalization of recreational marijuana was incorrectly transcribed. It should have read: "Sen. McCaffrey, I more
To the Editor: Warwick schools have been much in the news of late with the departure of the Superintendent, the discussion of the 2022 budget, and the weighing of options for the renovation of the high school buildings. What might have been lost in the more
To the Editor: Last week, City Councilman Foley held an in-person fundraiser at the Warwick Firefighters Hall. I have two problems with that. First of all, how can we continue to have City Council meetings via Zoom but fundraise in person? This is not a more
To the Editor: State Rep. Anastasia P. Williams (D-Providence) doesn't think much of Providence police officers. In fact, she thinks most of them are the devil incarnate ("The Law Enforcement Officers Accountability Act Must be passed," April 22). I do more
To the Editor: Attention all Warwick residents: It is with the greatest sadness that our Sen. Michael McCaffrey, whom I have always admired, has joined hands with the pathetic Cranston Sen. Joshua Miller. Their unbelievable goal is the legalization of more
To the Editor: After a "month" since my second Pfizer vaccination, I am still suffering the debilitating symptoms of the shots. I've been to the doctor's, had lab work twice and several doctor/phone calls. I sleep three to four extra hours in the middle more
To the Editor, The recent deadly active shooter incidents calls out for an immediate increase in safety measures in all public occupied facilities. Upon entering any public facilities: office, retail, medical, religious, entertainment or sports you more
To the Editor: Joseph H. Crowley, who has a history of making excuses for underperforming public schools, has predictably joined what economist Thomas Sowell calls the war on charter schools ("McKee is right, but has it backward," April 8). Crowley takes more
To the Editor: In these politically polarized, stressful economic, and sickening times which test our humanity toward one another, it is refreshing and reaffirming that there are those … more
To the Editor: From Brayton's past and current volunteers, thank you. Thank you Warwick DPW and Mayor Picozzi for removing the large dead pine tree at Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug this past week. I know this may not seem like a big deal, but to the past more
To the Editor: Let me preface this letter by briefly introducing myself. My name is Catherine Girard, and I am the daughter of Eviginia Skodras, a 96-year-old participant in the Apponaug Cornerstone Adult Day Program. My professional background was as a more
To the Editor: Educators who take pride in their profession, and parents who desire a proper education for their children, should oppose passage of the dreadful Climate Literacy Act that has been introduced in the Rhode Island General Assembly. Rep. more
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