Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: With measured hope we may now begin to see gradual improvements in living conditions as more Americans become fully vaccinated. There is no certainty that this disease will subside in the short term as new variations of this deadly virus more
To the Editor: The Cranston City Council recently passed a direct and clear Black History Month resolution, kudos to them. It seems straightforward to acknowledge the legacy of white supremacy, slavery, Jim Crow and the other ugly facts of U.S. history. more
To the Editor: Renewable energy is unreliable energy. That is the disturbing lesson to be learned from the rolling blackouts that have occurred in California and in Texas. In Rhode Island, Governor Raimondo and other green energy advocates have pushed more
To the Editor: What if the news media in the 1700s was like that of 2020? Media H: "Friendly protesters throw tea into Boston Harbor." Media G: "American patriots with a rallying cry of 'No Taxation without Representation.'" Media J: "One if by land, two more
To the Editor: Once again, our community is being asked to welcome a neighbor we hardly even know. This time, it's a medical waste facility that would be built along Division Road bordering the towns of West Warwick and East Greenwich just across the more
To the Editor: The State of Rhode Island should look to cities and towns like Warwick for guidance around how to create and execute an effective plan to get our seniors vaccinated against COVID-19. Cities and towns have stepped up to fill the gap created more
To the Editor: I have lived in Rhode Island for 48 years. I considered moving to another location after finishing Graduate School when my classmates were landing positions that paid 20% to 50% more than I could earn here in the smallest state, but I more
To the Editor: Yes, beyond doubt if you've done your research and homework and haven't been living under a rock, you know that the presidential election was indeed stolen, but mind you, it has nothing to do with Biden or Trump and everything to do with more
To the Editor: Americans should be aware of who these Jan 6th Trump-inspired insurrectionists were and what they wanted using their own words. Pennsylvania resident Dawn Bancroft broke into the Capitol on Jan 6th. In a video sent to her children she more
To the Editor: The failure of remote learning: While the deaths attributed to the COVID virus are tragic and lamentable, perhaps the worst - and most long lasting - damages the dreadful pandemic is causing are the loss of learning among public school more
To the Editor: Recently I received my first vaccine injection, which was by appointment for the 75 and over residents who live in Warwick. The vaccine site was located in East Greenwich. From the moment my wife and I arrived at the site, we were greeted more
To the Editor: I was glad to see in the Feb. 4 article "First of new streetlights to shine soon"e; that this big improvement to both efficiency and safety is just around the corner. Be that as it may, one thing that seems to be continually hinted at but more
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