Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, John Cervone, in his Trump-style, invective-laced letter “Who will stop the Clintons?” doesn’t mention his choice for political savior. However, we can assume it’s the … more
To the Editor: A new stadium is coming, God willing, And I hope it won't raise my tax billing. There's a rumor I heard No one here thinks absurd That the deal will feature Curt Shilling. Barry Nordin Warwick 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: For the past 24 years, District 21 has been represented by Eileen Naughton. She was a champion for the disabled, the elderly, and the environment, and I thank her for that. On financial issues, however, she let us down. She voted the way more
To the Editor: During last week’s DNC, one of the props used by the Democrats was Khizr Khan. His son, Captain Humayun Khan, was killed while serving in the U.S. Army in 2004. Mr. Khan expressed … more
Open letter to Mr. Sorrentino: I spent 32 years in my nation's military in order to help safeguard our basic human rights. The right to speak one's mind, the right to live in a safe environment and the right to differ with one another in a peaceful more
To the Editor: With the primary next week, I am curious as to if and when the residents of Ward 7 will ever have representation and a voice that realizes the problems that Warwick is facing. For the last 16 years the residents of Ward 7 have had, in my more
To the Editor: I am outraged at the RI Congressional delegation, Reed, Whitehouse, Cicilline, Langevin, as well as Gina Raimondo and the rest of the RI Democratic leaders. I am outraged because they are not leaders, they are sheep. I am getting more
It was a cold, windy morning. The more I thought about the politics, the battle lines, the unnatural disasters...the tighter I gathered the lapels of my jacket.I was on a mission though. I had to pick up 250 bags of nut-free candy for all of the more
To the Editor: I was pleased to see the space you gave to publicizing a boxing program for people with Parkinson’s disease that meets in Pawtucket. It is a very successful exercise program. A … more
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