Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Nineteen years ago, I was released from 6½ years of a life sentence wrongfully imprisoned in Rhode Island for a murder I didn’t commit, with nothing more than what I … more
To the Editor: Members of the City Council along with the Mayor continue to look for ways to improve communications with the residents of Warwick. We have made a commitment to change the way traditional Council meetings run. Over my first four years on more
To the Editor: Mayor Picozzi deserves a big thank you for his actions on solar development in Warwick. He has pulled back support for a proposed ordinance (PCO-6-20 sub B) which opens all of Warwick's open space and residential land to utility scale more
To the Editor: This is a rebuttal to your very slanted and misleading editorial "Freedom of choice, but not from consequences" appearing in the September, 30, 2021 edition, on page 11. I was extremely concerned that you, a hometown newspaper editor, and more
To the Editor: Gene Nadeau was my friend. I deeply respected him and I believe he felt the same about me. What makes that so unique is that he and I seldom, if ever, agreed on anything. We debated sometimes for as long as two hours, trying to convince more
To the Editor: Congressman Jim Langevin knows what it's like to be helpless. As a young man he sustained a devastating injury that nearly took his life. For a time, his injuries rendered him as helpless as an unborn baby. Mercifully, he survived the more
To the Editor: I'm a retired teacher from the RI School for the Deaf, and I've been an advocate for public school students since retiring in 2011. In the past few years, I've become aware of a threat not only to schoolchildren, but to all of us, as well more
To the Editor: We would like to express our support for the Bayside Sewer project. We have been waiting many years to be able to tie-in to the city sewer system and we are glad that this project will finally get started. We appreciate the efforts of our more
To the Editor: I went to the meeting concerning the sewers Thursday night, Sept 16. This meeting was a sham. Our mayor should have called this meeting before he signed the OK to go ahead. When I said that to him his reply was that he did. If he did we more
To the Editor: If anyone is to blame for the Bayside sewer construction, it is me. While serving on the Warwick City Council I proposed the $130 million bond issue in 1994, cosponsored by Councilman Al Gemma. At the time every year a bond was proposed to more
To the Editor: Are students at Rhode Island College being taught to hate our country? If the anti-American mindset endorsed by certain RIC faculty members is any indication, the answer is yes. Jayashree Nimmagadda, interim dean of the Rhode Island more
To the Editor: I was extremely disappointed to learn recently that the City Council (and the mayor?) has decided not to allow public participation in Council meetings via Zoom anymore. I naively believed that our public officials would welcome public more
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