Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, Mr. Jim Morgan's letter of 5/28/20 supports immediate reopening of our economy and attributes the shutdown to fear-mongering by "e;those in power"e; and by the "e;mainstream media"e; in response to "e;hysteria of this latest virus du jour."e; Mr. more
To the Editor: I turned 45 last week. As best I know, I've spent all of my birthdays in Rhode Island. This one was no different - as usual, I spent part of my day on the same stretch of the Providence River and Upper Bay where I've swam, sailed, fished, more
To the Editor: In last week’s Beacon, Joshua Kohler decried the “#CancelAllies crowd” for being upset that the popular North Kingstown donut shop announced it was ending … more
To the Editor: Enjoying your central air conditioning this summer? Well, you can kiss it goodbye if Joe Biden gets elected President. Mr. Biden has already announced that his administration will give Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the green light to impose her more
To the Editor: Warwick owes a HUGE thank you to Bobby Matorelli, Jr. and his company, Matorelli Property Services! Recently, he took a large dumpster and all of his employees to Conimicut Point Beach to conduct a no-charge cleanup. Joining him were more
To the Editor: Mayor Joe Solomon has my support for this election. I've lived here for ten years, after only expecting to stay for a couple of years. Warwick's conveniences, strong public services, and coastal location (not to mention a great newspaper) more
To the Editor: I would like to take this time to let everyone know that the 4th of July fireworks are canceled at Oakland Beach. I do wish everyone a safe and happy fourth and do wish for the holiday to be one all can enjoy together. I do hope this more
To the Editor: Rhode Island lost one of the giants of pharmacy last week with the passing of Mario Casinelli Jr., RPh, at age 92. Short in stature, but tall in his dedication to his patients, his peers, his profession, his family, his church and his more
To the Editor, For the young people who aren't too worried about getting COVID-19, a message from the past. In the early 1900s, New York was having a typhoid outbreak. Unlike COVID-19, which is a virus, typhoid is a bacterial disease -- which, like more
To the Editor: Our lives have dramatically changed over the past few months. Returning to a near normal life style seems way in the distant future. For many like the elderly, which lead a more sedate life, the changes have less impact than those who more
By BLAKE A. FILIPPI and MICHAEL W. CHIPPENDALE Governor Raimondo is right to push for full in-person learning. Remote-learning largely does not provide an adequate education or the crucial social interaction our children need. Many parents are forced to more
Editor's note: Last week a flap erupted o when a letter written by Jed Pineau, president of Warwick Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 and sent to "e;our community and our officers"e; was posted on Facebook. In the letter, Pineau questions the governor's more
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