Editorial
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To the Editor, Let me preface the following with this- I fully agree that our children need a good education in the best schools we can provide. My following opinions do not change that fact. I am opposed to the means to make that happen. My objection more
To the Editor, Is anyone else excited about the proposed new high schools? I sure am. I'll admit my own parental bias: I would be ecstatic to send my kids to these schools. Of course, … more
To the Editor, I have seen the evil effects of mask mandates in the eyes of a four year old child. The little boy was with his grandmother. He was afraid to remove his facemask in public. Despite my gentle reassurances, he refused to do so. He became more
"I didn't know about this until I read Thursday's Beacon," one constituent told Ward 7 Councilman and City Council President last week. News that the School Committee is focused on building high schools to replace Pilgrim and Toll Gate didn't break as more
To the Editor,  I read with great disappointment the article on page 1 of the January 6 Beacon, “Not This Time” where our city council voted down Councilman Ed Ladouceur’s … more
To the Editor, February 20, 2022 will mark nineteen years since the horrific Station Nightclub fire which caused one hundred people to die and 200 hundred more to be injured. This appalling, catastrophe also caused thousands more to experience the crush more
The decision that Governor Dan McKee is now forced to make has been one coming for a long time. When Gov. McKee instituted the statewide mask requirement for large venues, and a mandate to require … more
The long list of brave Rhode Islanders who have made their careers serving in uniform to defend our freedoms could stretch from Westerly to Woonsocket many times over. The sacrifices that these … more
To the Editor, In his anniversary news conference last month President Biden posed the question, "What do [Republicans] stand for?" I am presently and unaffiliated voter but have been both a registered Republican and Democrat. This is how I would answer more
To the Editor, As a social service clinician on the geriatric unit at Butler Hospital, it is both disheartening and infuriating to watch Governor McKee delay the Nursing Home Staffing and Quality Care Act, legislation he already signed more
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