Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, We went to the Planning Board meeting earlier this month to hear about a plan that will affect us all.  The airport is building a massive FedEx facility to move cargo, via … more
To the Editor, Taxpayers in the City of Warwick will be facing massive property tax increases very soon. A fiscal crisis will eventually envelop the city that may very well require state … more
To the Editor, It can be easy to forget that progress in the fight against cancer happens in more than just the doctor’s office. Even lawmakers can play a part in ensuring cancer patients … more
To the Editor, Are members of the Democratic Party teaching our children how to cheat? I think that is the terrible lesson the kids are learning from the Democrats’ political persecution … more
Now that I have finally had the chance to catch my breath, I would like to extend my most sincere appreciation and gratitude for the outpouring of support that my family and I have received during … more
To the Editor, RIAC agenda for the upcoming meeting shows that the "rotary" is far from settled.  RIAC is extending its contract with CHA Consulting for the design of that rotary to the … more
To the Editor, In the beautiful landscape of Rhode Island, there is an underlying crisis within our education system. The crisis is chronic absenteeism, this term is defined as missing 10% or … more
To the Editor, A common concern with the Safe Firearm Storage Bill (S-2202) & (H-7373) making its way through the General Assembly pertains to having immediate access to a gun for … more
I took the time to personally visit the so-called pallet village, on Victor Street in Providence. I can’t help but come to the conclusion; the same people who contrived this idea may also be … more
To the Editor, Are members of the Democratic Party are on a mission to eliminate motherhood? They relentlessly promote legislation that enables and, I would argue, encourages pregnant women to … more
To the Editor, It's clear to me that Rhode Island Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi (D-Warwick) is trying his best to fix that which isn't broken. In his recent 15 bill package, addressing … more
To the Editor, Apparently, our attorney general, Peter Neronha, thinks judges are incapable of deciding the guilt or innocence of defendants who appear before them. Or, he at least thinks that … more
To the Editor, It's unbelievable!  Living quietly in Warwick was a man convicted of two murders.  Yet our city's residents were unaware until he committed an assault and robbery on … more
To the Editor, The following is a poem I generated from AI in less than 15 seconds by typing in" Italian family - love".  As an educator for more than 40 years, this was an … more
To the Editor, In his letter of March 14 (“Supreme Court rules!”) Richard Corrente states it was “Colorado Democrats that tried to remove Trump from the ballot” when, in … more
To the Editor, Governor McKee is flirting with danger by treating Warwick Mayor Frank Picozzi so poorly in not inviting him to a small business recognition event in Warwick (Warwick mayor : Dems … more
To the Editor, On March 20, Senator Bernie Sanders stood before the Senate chamber and voiced his alarm towards the current barbaric war in Gaza which will result in the death by starvation of … more
To The Editor, “You can have it, but you can’t use it,” should be the motto of the RI Senate since its vote to pass the “safe-storage gun bill.” (Senate approves … more
To the Editor, Last week, the Cranston Herald published an article by an ecoRI reporter entitled, “Public supportive of green bond proposal, $16M in additional funding for land … more
Too close for comfort Dear Lady in the Car Behind Me, Hi, You were a hair’s breadth behind me in the right lane as we traveled a short distance. As I entered a two-lane … more
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