Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Currently we have experiencing a divisive national election and also discord and acrimony with members of our U.S. Congress. We now have COVID unrest exploding in many of our larger cities. It becomes apparent that we are living on the more
To the Editor: There are those of you who live in Warwick, shop there, use the public services, send their kids to the Warwick schools, pay taxes, and maybe die there. Then there are the boat people. I am one of them. According to the City of Warwick more
To the Editor: The days leading up to the big presidential reveal were filled with anxiety and caution for some, however, were menial in comparison to the past several years of mounting division our country has borne. Many would argue that President more
To the Editor, Are the Buttonwood Beach Association Streets Public? What about the No Trespassing signs? Five generations ago, in 1871, the buyers of Old Buttonwoods, the beach community in what is now the Buttonwoods Fire District, promised to lay out more
To the Editor: What a win by Mayor-elect Frank Picozzi! I wrote a letter to the editor in July explaining why I, as just one voter, leaned toward reelecting Mayor Solomon, mainly because of the upcoming budget challenges. He is a CPA and had worked with more
To the Editor: When we are asked to imagine something, we form a mental image or vision of what is being described. Could be a fantasy, a dream, a wish. Or it could be relating to an experience someone else is dealing with, to facilitate understanding. more
To the Editor: It is a new day in Rhode Island. Speaker Mattiello, who dominated the RI House of Representatives for six years, has been defeated, and it looks like Representative Joe Shekarchi will be the new House Speaker. With new leadership coming more
To the Editor: Thanksgiving will look a lot different this year - roughly eight in 10 hosts are planning on setting a table for just their immediate families or households, according to a recently conducted survey. Despite the unprecedented more
As of Wednesday afternoon, the outcome of the 2020 presidential election was still unknown and it could be that way for days to come. In a way, this editorial is the journalistic equivalent of Schrodinger's Cat. For those unfamiliar with the 1935 more
To the Editor, When did Rhode Islanders consent to indefinitely sacrificing our democracy for a monarchy? Have we simply lobbed off an entire branch of government and determined checks and balances unnecessary? Is representation no longer a more
By LARRY LUCCHINO and MIKE TAMBURRO PawSox Chairman and Vice-Chairman After 50 wonderful years, the Pawtucket Red Sox this past weekend bade farewell to their last season at McCoy Stadium. It was a bittersweet conclusion to a relationship between a team more
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