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To the Editor, President Joseph Biden has designated March 2023 as Irish-American Heritage Month. Today there are approximately 33 million Americans with Irish ancestry. They are spread … more
To the Editor, Thank you to the Warwick Beacon and Cranston Herald for your focus on the complexities and need for urgency surrounding Rhode Island’s homelessness crisis (Editorial: In … more
To the Editor, A note from a T.F. Green International insomniac: Just woke up from a nightmare: Smiling air freighters full of smiling boxes of eCommerce stuff landing at Green in the pre-dawn. … more
It couldn’t be an orange, yet suspended below the surface was a round reddish object. At first I thought what I had only seen briefly on last Monday’s morning row to Cole Farm and back … more
Any realistic parent will be sure to impart this classic piece of wisdom to their children: “There is no such thing as a sure thing.” And as we’ve recently come to learn from the … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: With Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos having announced a run in CD1, the race to succeed U.S. Rep. David Cicilline is approaching a more active phase. All eyes are on House Speaker Joe … more
While the ink is barely dry on the package of 14 bills proposed last week as part of a widespread affordable housing strategy endorsed by House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi, it is worth taking a … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Election denialism is no longer shocking or even surprising. Some contemporary conspiracy theories are so ludicrous that they induce laughter, even if the underlying facts involve … more
To the Editor, A certain amount of the profits liquor companies and liquor stores make from the sale of alcoholic beverages goes to the state and becomes a part of the Ocean State's annual budget. … more
To the Editor, How could so many people in Salem Massachusetts believe that witches were performing nefarious deeds? This occurred around the time folks like Galileo (whom the church chose not to … more
To the Editor I was pleased to read Pres. Hughes’ recent thoughts about CCRI’s future (CCRI Rebounds In Wake of Pandemic, Feb.23).  In her speech to the Warwick Rotarians she … more
To the Editor, The Warwick Beacon of Feb. 16 reported that mayor Picozzi is seeking to delay the construction of the high schools.  This time is needed to make sure that there are sufficient … more
It seems to always happen, as soon as we sit down to dinner, the phone rings. Carol grabbed the receiver and looked at the screen. “You may want to take this,” she said handing me … more
Last week, one of Rhode Island’s most high-profile politicians made waves by announcing his departure from Congress less than three months into a new term which he had just handily won this … more
To the Editor, The scene opens with Ralphie and his little brother in front of a local department store at the beginning of the kickoff of the Christmas season. White snowflakes fall gently as … more
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