Letters to the editor
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Editor's note: Father Robert Marciano, pastor of St. Kevin School, delivered this homily at each mass on Oct. 16. His comments on the upcoming election were picked up by the news media and widely disseminated. more
To the Editor: On March 22, 1765 the British parliament passed “The Stamp Act,” a tax on newspapers, mortgages, contracts and many more paper items. Every American colonist felt the sting that … more
To the Editor: My name is Nathan Cornell and I am running for the Warwick School Committee because we need different results and more transparency in the process. The majority of the current School Committee has not listened to their constituents, nor more
To the Editor: I have been a resident of Warwick for over 50 years, so I am well invested in this community. My children attended Warwick Schools and have all grown into successful adults. At present, I am very concerned with the state of education in more
To the Editor: Today I read a letter in the Beacon from written by Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente. He stated that since he filed to run for mayor of Warwick, his new property … more
To the Editor: Voters beware! There are two Trojan horses running in general assembly races in Warwick and Cranston. These two candidates' apparent intent is to deceive voters and pull votes away from legitimate candidates. In Warwick's House District 21 more
To the Editor: It appears that there is a growing epidemic in this country and around the world regarding hatred and violence. Referring to the shooting in Dallas, the massacre in Nice, France, and the recent violence in Baton Rouge, La., or the killing more
To the Editor: In Christopher Curran's Views on the News Thursday, November 17 edition he offers an explanation of the electoral victory of Donald Trump, describing the flaws and mistakes of Secretary Clinton and her campaign , the ongoing email saga and more
To the Editor: In an attempt to undermine progress in our beloved city, Eugene Nadeau's recent attack on distinguished Councilman Ed Ladouceur has instead demonstrated how out of touch he is with the pulse of our city. You know what is pale and cruel, more
To the Editor: Someone once said, “When you mix religion and politics, you get politics.” As a candidate for School Committee, I think we may need to revise that quote this election year to … more
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