Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, As I see the tragic events unfolding in the Middle East I am deeply saddened by what is taking place. I’m not going to say anything other than I have had the pleasure of … more
To the Editor, Regarding the potential Speakership of Representative Jim Jordan, "When the thorn becomes the rose bush, nothing blooms." Stefano Andolfo Warwick more
To the Editor, Many of us mourn the horrible, unimaginable attack on civilians in Israel, condemn Hamas and demand justice.  It is the last issue, justice, that is imperative to me. … more
To the Editor,     From 2003 to 2007 me and my husband Patrick, spent over $7 million renovating the old Providence Gas Company purifier plant at 200 Allens Avenue for placement … more
To the Editor, My father told me a story about him sitting in the old Red Cross building at the Apponaug mill after the ’38 Hurricane. Did Block Island disappear? No one knew. No messages. … more
Dear Editor John, The Warwick Housing Authority would like to express their appreciation and gratitude to Jenny DaSilva from Legacy Church in Warwick for reaching out to the Warwick Housing … more
To the Editor, The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has been logging forests in our state’s Natural Heritage Areas, creating large clearcut areas where few or no … more
To the Editor, After reading Mark Patinkin's excellent Providence Journal column complimenting the Rhode Island Airport Corporation's outstanding ad that disparages Boston's Logan Airport with … more
To the editor, The East Bay bike path success goes without saying but is the West Bay Bike path version possible? At the turn of the 20th century, Rhode Island had one of the most extensive … more
To The Editor, Regarding the latest article in the Beacon about an ice rink in Apponaug, I have this to say, but first a short preface. When those exiting our wonderful airport, those folks … more
To the Editor, I have a lot of concerns about the 9/14 article about the ice rink at Warwick City Hall Plaza.  It states it will further the revitalization of this area. There has … more
To the  Editor: How ironic that on one page of today’s (September 7)  Warwick Beacon there is an article where a resident is objecting to having a police officer present during … more
To the Editor, It was disappointing to come home from vacation last week and read that the new mayor of Johnston, Joseph Polisena Jr., had decided to spend tens of thousands of extra taxpayer … more
To the editor, On Monday, September 18th the Warwick City Council will be meeting to discuss and possibly vote on a generational project that will have an impact on all current and future … more
On Aug. 30 an article appeared in the Boston Globe about the unusual state of politics here in Johnston (“In a small Rhode Island town, a big issue about the First Amendment: Legal ads bring a … more
To the Editor The Mayor has announced a "Workshop" of the Harbor Management Commission  for Tuesday, September 12th at the Sawtooth Building. 6:00 p.m. The Commission will open up its … more
To the Editor, My wife and I just spotted our 1st Bald Eagle soaring majestically above our backyard.  It took 70 years, but it was worth the wait.  We all breathe the … more
To the Editor, Parents are thinking the summer is over and its time for school supplies and new clothes. Kids are thinking where did the summer go, but excited to see old friends. Our … more
To the Editor, Climate change advocates should consider these facts: The earth is approximately 4.5 billion years old. Again, that is 4,500,000,000 years old! Most, skewed, climate data that … more
To the Editor, I strongly disagree with your October 27th endorsement of Allan Fung for Congress. Despite his commendable record as mayor of Cranston, the adage that “all politics is … more
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