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We’ve seen this play out before, but there was real hope we might not go through it again. It’s disheartening – sickening, really – and yes, a bit scary, too. COVID-19 … more
To the Editor, Each morning before we left for school we would ask the kids, do you have your backpack, lunchbox and water bottle? Great. Let's get in the car and go to school. Now, it's, does everyone have a clean mask? Do you have a backup mask? more
We've seen this play out before, but there was real hope we might not go through it again. It's disheartening - sickening, really - and yes, a bit scary, too. COVID-19 cases are on the rise again, fueled by the continued spread of what's been dubbed the more
This hasn't happened to me before . I'm being hit on by women. Annie and Alice, fictitious names so as to absolve them of anything more than not paying greater attention, are lovely people. Both are artists in their own way. One is a dance instructor. more
To the Editor: Regarding your July 15 editorial on climate change, you write: "This is what the advancing state of manmade climate change looks like . wildfires, hurricanes, droughts, unrelenting rainfall and other abnormal weather patterns will continue more
To the Editor: Can't ignore the big picture of climate change The proposed solar ordinance before the City Council fails to address the issue of climate change and how it is impacting our city and state. Climate change is real and happening faster than more
By HERB WEISS As the General Assembly goes into recess until the fall, Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) sees H-5053, to require safety barriers or netting on the three bridges that connect Aquidneck and Conanicut Islands to the mainland more
My son Ted had seen and heard reports of great white sharks being caught in the fishnets off Point Judith. Now he was out there foil sailing. That would have been good, only the wind dropped to under five knots and he lost power. The tide was carrying more
To the Editor: The well-done Beacon article, "Reflections on a new administration," by Arden Bastia (June 24, 2021) highlighted our new Superintendent of Warwick Schools Lynn Dambruch along with the new Assistant Superintendent William McCaffrey. They more
To the Editor: Thank you Leslie Derrig and Jane Kenney Austin for alerting us in your letters of July 8, 2021, to the critical solar ordinance up for consideration at the July 19th Council meeting. Who knew! Who knew that our city is considering allowing more
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