Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: There were not many in attendance (about 25) on Wednesday, Nov. 29 when the Warwick School Committee presented their $85,000,000 bond request to the City Council. It was impressive. I watched them cart in eight bankers boxes filled with more
To the Editor: Like a bad penny, he keeps coming back. My ruminations on the mistake of using Allan Fung's name and the Rhode Island governor in the same sentence are well known to all. I've been attacked by many Republicans that my criticisms are merely more
To the Editor:The sad saga of poor leadership by the Warwick School Committee and the Superintendent of Schools continues.The latest travesty is the School Committee’s search for $1.3M to cover … more
To the Editor: Attention: All Warwick homeowners, especially those in Governor Francis Farms who have not connected to that sewer pipe in the street. The Warwick Sewer Authority's May 4, 2018 letter mailed to us is an unforgivable and deliberate more
On numerous nights before Christmas, In Providence's Collier Park, People gather together And stand around in the dark. Mr. Picozzi is NOT nestled All snug in his bed. For Frank has other ideas Dancing around in his head. The time is 8:20 pm. Cars and more
To the Editor: I am writing in reply to legislation proposed by Rhode Island State Senators Frank Ciccone and Hanna Gallo to impose a blatantly unconstitutional new Rhode Island sin tax upon online adult entertainment. Am I safe in guessing that neither more
To the Editor:This fall at a neighborhood meeting, I met with a number of residents who live in the area bordering the airport property. Many of these individuals purchased their homes before the … more
To the Editor: I was quite impressed when I read your article about DOT's road and safety improvements in our Greenwood neighborhood. This is a long time coming and will improve the look and feel driving, may increase cycling, jogging and walking along more
To the Editor: I have never read a sadder article in the Beacon than the one under Police Log on page 2 of Tuesday's edition, January 23. It was entitled Cat Euthanized." It seems a cat ran out across Greenwich Avenue and was struck by a car. Officers" more
To the Editor: History, like people, has their own defining traits. There is always a particular virtue or vice, hero or villain, war or revolution that indelibly marks a whole year, decade or even a century, making it easy to summarize those eras with a more
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