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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 IAN DONNIS SEIU1199 NE is waging a new and aggressive campaign against every incumbent facing a primary in the Rhode Island House of Representatives - and the House is in an uproar about it. The situation stems from how a bill to establish minimum more
The United States Postal Service is like many of our traditional institutions - beleaguered, in many ways broken, but essential to our way of life. The mail delivers life-saving medication and sorely needed benefit checks to many of our most vulnerable more
By CAMILLE VELLA WILKINSON and ERIN LYNCH PRATA As legislators from Warwick, it is our responsibility to propose policies that help our city and state address the growing impacts of climate change. That is why we have introduced legislation to establish more
Dear Council President Merolla, An open letter to City Council President Steve Merolla, During the fiscal year of 2018-19, the city council allocated $225,000 to the Certified Fraud Examiner / CPA firm YKSM for certain investigations into the Warwick more
You are like a lighthouse that sees us through the storm You light the way and guide us and keep us safe from harm Among the plenty drifting through the sea of life you keep us safe from danger in life's undue strife together with the buoy and the sea more
To the Editor: The Reverend Harry Rix hates Donald Trumps guts ("e;Time to speak up and take action,"e; July 23). That much is certain. Problem is, he can't admit it. And that creates a terrible fix for the Reverend Rix. As a Christian, Reverend Rix is not more
To the Editor: What a pleasure it was to read about Dr. Luke Messac and his letter to Dr. Anthony Fauci in the Beacon. It was the second time in a few weeks that I had heard about this remarkable young doctor. I was first introduced to him when I heard more
To the Editor, In 2016, I ran for Mayor of Warwick as the endorsed Democrat. I ran under the platform of "e;Cut Taxes - Cut Spending"e;. I spent over $40,000 of my own money because I absolutely refused to accept donations from political insiders. Political more
I spent part of Friday afternoon watching a show sedated and lying down. Well, it was pink flamingo Friday, which makes it perfectly clear. Yet this wasn't a party I impetuously signed up for. In fact, the pink flamingos were a surprise, a very welcome more
The pandemic may have flipped much of our society upside down, but one thing will always remain true no matter where you find yourself geographically or how dire the public health crisis may be - people need to eat. Rhode Island in particular relies more
To the Editor: This year, being part of a Walk is taking on a whole new meaning. The Alzheimer's Association's Walk to End Alzheimer's is the world's largest event to raise awareness and funds for care, support and research of Alzheimer's and related more
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