Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Care New England would like to take this opportunity to thank Speaker Nicholas Mattiello for his leadership and consideration during these unprecedented times in Rhode Island. His undying support for adequate financing of our health care more
To the Editor, It was with sadness to learn of the death of Sister Mary Angelus Gabrielle, RSN. Starting at St. Peter's School on Fair Street, she taught first grade for five years, then became principal for the next 29 years at their wonderful more
To the Editor: The Beacon published a story in April on the Buttonwood Beach Association battle over no-trespassing signs. The Rhode Island Supreme Court had just ruled that a resident does not … more
To the Editor: As a former City Councilman and an advocate for Warwick taxpayers, I had to comment on the latest bit of election year nonsense. Brian Dunckley just put out an attack piece … more
To the Editor: On the eve of the primary election, Mr. Cushman offers several mischaracterizations of me in an attempt to mislead the voters in Warwick. I'll address these one at a … more
To the Editor: From the time I met Kendra Anderson at last year's Norwood Association Christmas Party I found her to be personable and engaging which is something I am looking for in the next State Senator from District 31. Back in March Kendra called more
To the Editor: The political news and advertising in last week's Beacon evoked a sick feeling of amused embarrassment. The city council president, Steve Merolla, who has been spanked by the Elections Commission for using thousands in campaign funds for more
My Facebook feed has become an interesting blend of voices over the years, making friends through my work and travels it covers a broad spectrum of people, places and opinions. Toward the end of the evening on Saturday, June 6, multiple users from the more
To the Editor, As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to threaten the health of millions of Americans, individuals in nursing homes and assisted living communities are especially vulnerable and face additional challenges. According to the Alzheimer's more
To the Editor: Supporting our locally run and owned businesses continues to be especially important during this pandemic. Businesses are facing a long road to recovery. Many industries have made major adjustments to reopen and serve their customers; more
To the Editor, Our health care system doesn't run on its own. It runs on the bravery and dedication of workers in every field of the health care industry: from doctors, nurses, emergency medical responders to pharmacists, manufacturers, and distributors. more
To the Editor, For over a week, protests have erupted throughout the country in response to the tragic death of George Floyd. Many cities across the nation have implemented curfews in an effort to quell the violence and protect its citizenry. However, I more
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