Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Troop 1 Warwick showed how Boy Scouts put into practice their oath, which among other things encourages them to be helpful and loyal. On the morning of Saturday, February 18, a group from Troop 1 Warwick, who are based out of Heritage more
Open letter to Mayor Avedisian: I have been quietly watching the changes in our community and schools for the past 10 years, and find I cannot keep silent anymore. My agenda is simple; I don't have one. My silence however, I fear, is condoning things more
To the Editor: So, when is enough, enough? Everyday it's something with this school department. This morning [Friday] I receive a text and a photo from a friend at Vets. It is showing sewerage on the floor of a classroom. I called the superintendent at more
To the Editor: Tobacco use is the nation's most preventable cause of death, yet nearly half a million people in the United States will die from tobacco-related diseases this year. Right here in Rhode Island, it is estimated that 1,800 adults will die due more
To the Editor, What do the following have in common: The Bastille Day tragedy in Nice, France; the mass killings at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando; and Robert Lewis who killed three and wounded nine people at a Planned Parenthood Clinic? The obvious more
To the Editor:“Council Delays Vote on Vets Funds,” published on March 9, 2017, discusses the ongoing and valid concerns raised by both members of the City Council and the public in … more
To the Editor, Washington elites and the official state media and punditry, who wax eloquently about anything inconsequential, have apparently learned little from the last election. Americans did not vote for more wars, weapons systems or fabricated more
To the Editor: In continuing to keep the residents of Ward 7 updated on an expansion proposal by the owners of the Shell station on the corner of Main Avenue and Greenwich Avenue, I wanted to share the latest developments. In October, the owners of the more
To the Editor: Two East Greenwich residents - Richard Walsh and Allan Bucklin - submitted defenses of the Trump administration. According to Mr. Walsh, we have a civic duty" to unite behind our newly chosen leader. That sounds reasonable but is it?" more
To the Editor: Last year, when I was heading up The Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick (BGCW) Great Futures Campaign for the first time, I asked you to think about the highlights of your own childhood. I reminded you that for over 1,400 kids in Warwick, the more
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